The eminently wise officials of California recruited BP, which
boasted an iffy safety record even before they trashed the Gulf of
Mexico, to help craft a new environmental education curriculum
for grades K through 12 in over 1,000 school districts statewide.
Revisionist history, anyone? Next up: Goldman Sachs will teach "Morality
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"I'd hate to see how a section in future textbooks mentioning the BP oil spill will look," said Lisa Graves of the Wisconsin-based Center for Media and Democracy, a critic of so-called "greenwashing" techniques by corporations to make their products appear eco-friendly.