On the day and in the big oil city of tonight's Democratic debate, Greenpeace demands a Green New Deal.
Turns out an early member of Greenpeace is now a lobbyist for dirty fuel, so Fox and Friends calls him a "founder of Greenpeace." Trump repeats and amplifies the lies because that's what he does for work.
Secretary Clinton let it be known that she was unhappy about questions on her campaign donors.
Museums are cutting ties with business leaders whose profit motives are at odds with independent science, and divesting from their fossil fuel holdings. This week, petrochemical billionaire David Koch left the American Museum of Natural History after serving as a trustee for 23 years.
"The science that Willie Soon does is almost pointless." - NASA climate scientist Gavin Schmidt, to the New York Times
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.
Here's how PR executive Randal Simonetti attempts to advice corporate clients: sell fear of Greenpeace campaigns, urge companies to maintain bad business practices and, of course, hire Randal Simonetti!
"Mr. Holmstead’s legal opinions are irrelevant, speculative, and inadmissible," said a federal judge in dismissal of Jeffrey Holmstead as an expert witness.
Asked on camera to explain how ALEC's work against clean energy incentives while ignoring fossil fuel subsidies fits its "free markets" mission, ALEC had "no comment" for Greenpeace.
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