Tag: climate denial
The world’s largest oil company says climate change is real, yet continues to finance climate denier groups.
Even people who accept the science of climate change sometimes resist it because it clashes with their personal projects.
As the mad globalization of the economy and the funneling of all wealth to the tiniest segment of the ultra-rich carries on apace, perhaps the rest of us, struggling just to make the monthly payments for shelter and food, are losing that primal urge so critical to species survival.
A 23-country poll found that the U.S. led rich nations in the percentage of people who said that climate change was not caused by humans.
Meanwhile, the Republicans on the committee indicated they intend to do nothing but continue a long history of delay and denial on climate change.
"The Earth is getting hotter. And human activity is a major cause, period. We're not going to give time to climate deniers. The science is settled, even if political opinion is not."
We have to make decisions now which will literally determine whether organized human life can survive in any decent form.
The findings are a sharp rebuke to the Trump administration’s insistence that environmental regulations hurt jobs and hinder economic growth.
Over the last few years, ExxonMobil has come under fire numerous times for lobbying in the UK against electric vehicles, funding Congress and corporate lobby groups to deny climate change, and knowingly misleading the public about the reality of the issue.
The Trump administration has announced its intention to weaken standards, relying on misinformation provided by the Auto Alliance and its members.
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