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Ken Cohen, ExxonMobil Vice President of Public Affairs writes a letter on September 25, 2006 to the Royal Society responding to criticism and detailing the company’s history of involvement in climate change policy. Share this post on your feed Twitter Facebook Google+
This May 1991 document from Imperial Oil Ltd, the Canadian subsidiary of Exxon, is a report on “The Potential for CO2 Reductions From Additional Energy Efficiency.” This document is part of the ClimateFiles Imperial Oil document set, gleaned by DeSmog researchers from the Glenbow Imperial Oil Archive Collection. This report is part of a series […]
This 1991 document from Imperial Oil, the Canadian subsidiary of Exxon, is a “sequel” to a March 1990 Imperial report regarding “potential global warming.” This document is part of the ClimateFiles Imperial Oil document set, gleaned by DeSmog researchers from the Glenbow Imperial Oil Archive Collection. A year out from its March 1990 report, Imperial […]
December 6-8, 1988 an international group of dignitaries, politicians, scientists, economists, and industry representatives attended the Climate Institute’s second North American conference on “Preparing for Climate Change.” The following 731 page document contains the conference’s agenda, transcriptions of the various panelists’ remarks, and peer-reviewed articles related to climate change. In its totality, the book thoroughly […]