The ski town of Whistler is dealing with major fallout after the mayor sent a letter to oil and gas companies asking them to pay for climate-related damages.
The #ExxonKnew campaign is about shutting down debate and clearing the way for fringe activists’ preferred climate policies, according to a new podcast produced and promoted by the flailing campaign.
“The climate movement has a loooong history of being unduly obsessed with, and impressed with, symbolic gestures…Those things are fine, but they don’t actually reduce any [e]missions…”
Investigative journalist Kevin Mooney is out with yet another damning report for #ExxonKnew activists, this time uncovering foreign organizations who are using their funding and resources to influence U.S. climate policy and promote the anti-fossil fuel agenda.
It may not have been the intent of New York Times Magazine to throw cold water on a fringe environmental activists campaign, but the damage has clearly been done.
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