Tag: Climate deniers
The networks failed to devote significant coverage to climate-related policies, but they still found the time to uncritically air climate denial.
It's time to unravel the network of science deniers who claim the mantle of science and expose them for what they are.
“This is likely to be the most influential domestic energy policy position within the White House [and] will comfort industry and conservatives who view him as a champion for free-market energy and environment policy.”
“Now is the time to push back against this era of misinformation and move toward climate leadership built on truth and a respect for science.”
Exxon knew that fossil fuels cause global warming as early as the 1970s but hid that information from the public.
Nearly everyone who remains on Trump's likely climate and energy list, or is helping pick those positions, has ties to corporate lobbying, corporate leadership, or corporate-funded think tanks.
The Doubt Machine definitely adds some useful personal context and also draws the clear connections from the denial-sphere to the Koch brothers.
A disease called "Climaticus Non-vocalism Extremism" plagues a small segment of our population—Republican political officials and candidates. So what should we do about this "dangerous mind-numbing disease?"
Just like the tobacco industry, the fossil-fuel industry is denying the science of climate change and working full speed to derail any progress by marketing its primary product: doubt.