ExxonMobil

In 2015, a massive investigation by Inside Climate News and the LA Times detailed how Exxon conducted cutting-edge climate research decades ago and then, without revealing all that it had learned, worked at the forefront of climate denial.

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San Francisco is suing five of the world's largest oil and gas companies for the costs of sea walls and other infrastructure needed to protect against climate change.

  On this week's media roundtable, we’ll discuss ongoing coverage of Russia’s possible intervention in the US presidential election. We’ll also look at ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson and his transition from the boardroom to the State Department.

Your Call: Exxon's history of climate denial

Dec 8, 2015

On the December 9th edition of  Your Call, we’ll discuss Exxon's role in funding science that denies the impacts of climate change. An email from an in-house climate scientist reveals Exxon may have known about the dangers of climate change as early as 1981.

Your Call: What Exxon knew about climate change

Oct 30, 2015
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On the Oct 30th edition of Your Call, it’s our Friday media roundtable. This week, we’ll discuss investigations by Inside Climate News and the Los Angeles Times, which reveal that Exxon Mobil knew about climate change as early as 1977, 11 years before it became a public issue.

On the next Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with Steve Coll, Pulitzer prize winning reporter and author of Private Empire: Exxon Mobil and American Power. Last year, Exxon Mobil reported revenues of $452B, outpacing most countries around the world. How has this oil giant built its empire? Join us at 10 or email feedback@yourcallradio.org. What is Exxon’s relationship with states around the world and the US government? It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.

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