"Exxon" and "National Petroleum Council" reps (Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno) told 300 oilmen at Canada's largest oil conference that the real solution to climate change was simply to turn everyone who dies into fuel so that the all-important free market could continue to work well past doomsday. "We need something like whales, but infinitely more abundant," said "Shepard Wolff" (Andy), before describing the human-rendering technology that would make corporate survival possible. As volunteers passed out flesh-scented candles, a funeral tribute played for an Exxon janitor named Reggie Watts, who had graciously donated his body to be turned into candles as a test of the Vivoleum concept. (He was played by the actual Reggie Watts)
See the movie excerpt about this for one version of events... and the actual, true, complete account for some truly nutty details that just couldn't fit into a movie.