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'There is No Doubt': Exxon Knew CO2 Pollution Was A Global Threat By Late 1970s
A chemical engineer for Imperial Oil described the need to control all forms of pollution through regulatory action, noting that 'a problem of such size, complexity and importance cannot be dealt with on a voluntary basis.'
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DCI Group Subpoenaed in Expanding Exxon Climate Denial Investigation
'The scope of the problem we are facing. . . is massive and it requires a multistate effort,' said New York Attorney General Schneiderman.
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As Exxon Tries to Duck Subpoenas, Groups Keep Urging Clinton to Reject Big Oil
"The First Amendment does not shield any company being investigated for fraud."
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Oil Industry's Suppression of Climate Science Began in 1940s, Documents Reveal
"What we found is they knew a great deal, and they knew it much earlier and with greater certainty than anyone has recognized or that the industry has admitted."
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New Report Details Big Oil's $500 Million Annual Climate Obstructionism
'While the world came together in Paris to embrace climate action in 2015, Exxon was doubling down with Big Tobacco tactics and obstruction'
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Turning Point in Climate Fight as AGs Unite to Target Exxon Crimes
Attorneys General from Massachusetts and US Virgin Islands confirm official investigations into what 'ExxonKnew,' while momentum for more builds
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Rockefellers Divest from Fossil Fuels—Starting with Exxon Because #ExxonKnew
The SEC also rebuked ExxonMobil this week as it told the oil giant it must disclose to its shareholders the financial risks of climate change
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GOP Climate Denier Recasts Big Oil's Corporate Crime as Scientific 'Disagreement'
'I happen to believe that you shouldn't be prosecuted for disagreeing about climate change,' Texas Republican says at House committee hearing
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My Oily Heirloom
Divesting from fossil fuels required breaking a family tradition.
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Big Oil Used Big Tobacco's Denial Playbook—But Will They Pay Same Price?
The U.S. Justice Department has "discussed" taking civil legal action—as it did against tobacco products industry—against the fossil fuel industry
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