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#1 2019-12-18 16:11:54

Tallex
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Fossil Fuel Giants Claim To Support Climate Science, Yet Still Fund De

Fossil Fuel Giants Claim To Support Climate Science, Yet Still Fund Denial
Fourteen oil and gas companies are funding a website that attacks scientists and undermines their work.



https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/cli … 01a1e59371



Most energy companies now acknowledge that burning fossil fuels is warming the planet. And yet many continue to fund disinformation about industry’s role in climate change and its harm to human health.

In the latest example, documents and recordings reviewed by HuffPost show that the Independent Petroleum Association of America has spent almost $2 million a year for the last two years on Energy In Depth, a “research, education and public outreach campaign” that regularly attacks scientists whose research is critical of industry. The campaign has received financial backing from 14 different oil and gas companies including Shell, Occidental Petroleum, BP, Chevron and Halliburton.

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