The 2014 Edelman Trust Barometer is here and it’s good news—unless you work in government or business in which case you’re facing what Edelman delicately calls “a significant trust deficit”.
Edelman is a global public relations company that surveys trust levels across 27 countries by asking the public who they trust and how much they . . . → Read More: Susan on the Soapbox: The Edelman Trust Barometer: Who do you trust?
At Exxon Mobil’s annual meeting in Dallas this week, shareholders rejected a motion to set greenhouse gas reduction targets for the firm. CEO Rex Tillerson argued that such an extreme measure would hurt the world’s poor, stating, “What good is it to save the planet if humanity suffers?”
So begins, I expect, the newest form . . . → Read More: Song of the Watermelon: Exxon’s Love for the Poor
Doug Grandt, climate warrior and friend of 350orbust, is inviting Rex Tillerson, CEO of Exxon and Eagle Scout, to become a climate hero. The world is desperately in need of visionary leadership from business leaders as well as political leaders, as we stand on the cusp of catastrophic climate change. Here is Doug’s recent video . . . → Read More: 350 or bust: Rex Tillerson: An Unlikely Climate Hero?
By Cindy Baxter, originally published at PolluterWatch.org.
When Greenpeace first began focussing on ExxonMobil's funding of climate denial, its CEO and Chairman was arch denier Lee Raymond.
Raymond had spent years – and millions – on denying the science of climate change, both in funding right wing think tanks and . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Exxon’s Tillerson: Could We Really Have Expected a Tiger to Change its Stripes?
For a decade, now, I’ve been a reporter on climate science. And one of my earliest stories was a Mother Jones cover, exposing ExxonMobil’s funding of think tanks that support climate denialism. The piece was actually nominated for a National Magazine Award. It got around.
With this article and others, I contributed . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: The New ExxonMobil: Has the Tiger Changed Its Stripes?
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The American Energy Alliance (AEA) isn’t pulling any punches with their new advertising campaign, spending millions of dollars to air 45 million ad spots on Pandora Radio. They are attempting to hang the high cost of gasoline around the neck of President Obama, using a series of arguments that . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Dirty Energy Industry Front Groups Launch Misleading PR Blitz Against President Obama