Deconstructing an American icon, API's Brooke Alexander, and two of her ads, "Carbon Blackmail" and "America, King of Carbon."
Today's front page New York Times article exposes climate denier Willie Soon, a scientist paid by the industry to refute the evidence of global warming.
In late 2011, I infiltrated a commercial shoot for the American Petroleum Institute, run by a subsidiary of Edelman. Now, after dealing with public outcry over its work for climate science denial groups like API, Edelman is ending its contract.
New documents reveal a trade organization put together by the Koch Brothers is the source of over a quarter of a billion dollars in dark money in 2012.
Income from oil and gas production doesn’t always trickle down to landowners, as companies find ways to minimize the share they pay in royalties.
Lee Fang with a staggering investigative piece for The Nation on how trade associations are buying the election - and not incidentally, answers the lingering question as to why neither presidential candidates is interested in discussing global
The American Petroleum Institute apparently thinks this is somehow a good marketing strategy given that fact that most Americans are not too happy with the oil industry after the BP disaster in the Gulf and with the general state of the economy
Oil Companies Tell Administration Explosion 'Unforeseeable'. Yeah, Except To The BP Employees Who Tried To Warn Us!
All I can say is, this guy better stay off small planes and deserted roads. I still can't quite believe the oil companies had the sheer audacit
Wouldn't it be nice if MSNBC would do a better job of identifying these corporate lackeys before they allow them on the air spewing oil industry propa
(And some still think otherwise) It's incredible that at this late date there are people still convinced the idea of Global Warming is the thing of
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