Important short commentary by several highly esteemed colleagues - please share widely especially with those who still think human-caused climate change is controversial in science and don't see through how they are being misled.
"The science is clear that climate-catalyzed damages have worsened, storms have intensified, & droughts & heatwaves have become more frequent & severe, while forests have been damaged & wildfires have burned" #ActNow #ClimateEmergency #ClimateCrisis
Exxon has misled Americans on climate change for decades. Here’s how to fight back
The best way to fight back against climate denial and junk science? Educating yourself and others.
Exxon has misled Americans on climate change for decades. Here’s how to fight back
The best way to fight back against climate denial and junk science? Educating yourself and others.
Exxon has misled Americans on climate change for decades. Here’s how to fight back
#ExxonKnew "It’s crucial to expose the fossil fuel industry’s disinformation tactics so the public doesn’t fall prey to the next effort" @350
"Research has confirmed that disinformation works. It's crucial to expose disinformation for what it is so the public doesn’t fall prey to the next industrial-scale propaganda effort" #ExxonKnew
Must-read op-ed from ; Exxon's been misleading on climate for years; here's how to fight back.
I may be the 4795th person to say this, but a) Dark Waters is a good film, well worth seeing, and b), while the drama is about Dupont and PFOA, it is also not about that at all, but about climate change denial and obfuscation by the fossil fuel industry
Reading: Exxon has misled Americans on climate change for decades. Here’s how to fight back
Why am I working to expose the fossil fuel industry’s disinformation tactics? As my colleagues & I describe in The , one reason is that Exxon has misled Americans on climate change for decades, & the public deserves to know (how). #ExxonKnew
I sometimes hear, and with good reason, that it's counterproductive just to bash fossil-fuel companies, some of which are investing in green energy too. There's some truth in that - but then there's also this.
Op-ed #2 for today: Exxon has misled Americans on climate change for decades. Here’s how to fight back
How Exxon misled America. Summarizing our recent report: Joint piece with
These brave scientists have spent their careers fighting against the mischief & deception sows. Now, they’re working to make sure the public understands Exxon’s dirty tactics. An important read.
The Bad News: misled the world on #climatechange for decades. The Good News: You can take action to SHIELD us from climate change via @
The Bad News: misled the world on #climatechange for decades. The Good News: You CAN take action to shield us from climate change via
A good piece on why confronting disinformation head on is still valuable. If only there were some discipline, or course of education, emphasizing the development of analytical tools and concepts essential for critical thought. 🤔
“The fossil fuel industry has known about the role of its products in global warming for 60 years. Exxon’s own scientists warned their managers 40 years ago of “potentially catastrophic events”.”
Must-read op-ed from ; Exxon's been misleading on climate for years; here's how to fight back.
On the importance of exposing disinformation tactics & campaigns citing fake experts / putting unreasonable demands science / cherry-pick data / question integrity of individual scientists / conspiracy theories.