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'Maps Will Be Redrawn': Massive #ExxonKnew Iceberg Breaks From Antarctica
"The remaining shelf will be at its smallest ever known size. This is a big change."
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The ExxonKnew Iceberg: Name It After the 'Climate Criminals,' Says Group
'We need to make sure their role in causing the climate crisis is not forgotten,' reads a petition from 350.org
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Exxon and Tillerson Accused of Defrauding Investors Over Climate Risks
New York attorney general claims the oil giant used "secret, internal figures" to account for impacts of climate change
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When Will Exxon Be Worthless? Not If.
These are dizzying days. Our best advice is to stay woke, and pay attention. As we prepare for a day that will revolve around Trump’s Rose Garden speech to Make America Guzzle&Gush Again, it is worth taking a moment to focus on the amazing events in the background over the last few days: Kinder...
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Exxon Shareholders are Resisting — Here’s Why It Matters
In a historic vote, Exxon shareholders passed a climate resolution on the same day that Trump allegedly begins to exit the Paris climate agreement
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Exxon Ordered to Recover 'Wayne Tracker' Emails It Claims Are Lost
'It's time for the oil company to come clean in the courts about what it knew about climate change and what it withheld from the public and shareholders'
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Climate Kids Demand Feds Turn Over 'Wayne Tracker' (aka Rex Tillerson) Emails
"When looking for evidence of a cover-up, emails from Rex Tillerson's pseudonym about climate change are just the kind of evidence the court needs to see."
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Revealed: Tillerson Used Secret Alias to Talk Climate While CEO of Exxon
New York Attorney General's office discovers secondary email while investigating company's climate science cover-up
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Southern Communities Brace for the Impact of Big Oil's Expansion Plans
President Donald Trump kicked off this week with a Monday morning tweet hailing — and seeming to wrongly take credit for — Exxon Mobil's plan for a $20 billion expansion of its refineries, chemical plants and liquefied natural gas operations along the U.S. Gulf Coast. "We are already winning again...
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Call It What It Is: Climate Cover-Up, Not Climate Denial
Today’s remarks by EPA administrator Scott Pruitt that human activity is not “a primary contributor to the global warming that we see” should effectively bring an end to the term formerly known as “climate denial.” Dear media: Call it what it is—a climate cover-up. As our nation’s top official...
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