1983 J. P. McCullough presentation to the wives of Mobil managers

This document is a 1983 draft presentation given by Mobil’s J. P. McCullough to the wives of Mobil’s research and engineering managers. McCullough wants to have the wives understand a few points “behind the newspaper headlines, and the TV news pictures.” McCullough talks about acid rain and how policies to limit sulfur dioxide emissions are not rooted in science. Instead, Mobil’s McCullough wants the wives of the company’s managers to know that there are still questions remaining about acid rain and the extent of which is man-made and natural. There still needs to be “good science, which means calm research to define the problem and find cost-effective solutions. The answers will only come through patience and well designed research.”


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