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2009 Patrick Michaels’ Inconsistent Curriculum Vitae Presented to Congress

In February 2009, Patrick Michaels appeared before the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment to testify on “The Climate Crisis: National Security, Public Health, and Economic Threats.” He submitted a CV to the subcommittee which came under scrutiny for its omissions regarding Michaels’ financial and professional history with the fossil fuel industry. It also omits experience […]

2007 Statement of Dr. James McCarthy Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight House Science Committee

March 28, 2007 testimony of James McCarthy, Professor of Biological Oceanography at Harvard University and former co-chair of Working Group II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Third IPCC Assessment) testifying that Bush Administration appointees and a network of organizations funded ExxonMobil distorted and suppressed climate science, so as to confuse the American public. […]

1993 GCC Voluntary Emissions Report News Release

This October 1993 Global Climate Coalition (GCC) news release was titled, “New Study Shows Major Reduction In Carbon Dioxide Emissions By U.S. Industry.” The industry-funded GCC paid for  this report as a part of its larger efforts to oppose greenhouse gas regulations through direct engagement and collaboration with affiliated climate deniers from 1989 to 2002. […]

1992 Global Climate Coalition Energy and Power Subcommittee Testimony

This document reflects Senior Vice-President of the National Association of Manufacturers and Chairman of the Board of the Global Climate Coalition Michael E. Baroody’s testimony to the United States House of Representatives’ Energy and Power subcommittee. In his testimony, Baroody made repeated statements questioning the urgency and scientific certainty of anthropogenic climate change including: “…there […]