This is fine.
This is fine.
Photo: Women’s March in Port Townsend, Washington in January 2018.
Pompeo, the CIA director tapped to replace Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, is a big climate change skeptic.
Photo credit: me
Copyright: New York Times
“We conclude that ExxonMobil misled the public. We stress that the question is not whether ExxonMobil ‘suppressed climate change research,’ but rather how they communicated about it.”
– Findings from study by Harvard researchers Naomi Oreskes and Geoffrey Supran. Read more.
While Exxon scientists were warning company executives of reality and risks of climate change, public-facing materials sowed doubt and misled the public – conclusions from first peer-reviewed analysis of Exxon’s climate comms.
“Our findings are clear: Exxon Mobil misled the public about the state of climate science and its implications. Available documents show a systematic, quantifiable discrepancy between what Exxon Mobil’s scientists and executives discussed about climate change in private and in academic circles, and what it presented to the general public.“
The ominous direction toward global catastrophe crystallized as Trump announced his cabinet and other key positions.
Fight back: climatetruth.org/standup
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