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ExxonMobil and Its Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Week

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Last week brought stunning news about ExxonMobil’s financial position. First came a warning that the company may be in an “irreversible decline.” Read more >

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How Does ExxonMobil Attack Climate Science? Let Me Count the Ways

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ExxonMobil currently scores at the bottom of the scale—“egregious”—on nearly every metric of involvement with climate disinformation. Read more >

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ExxonMobil’s Virtual Reality: A Distorted View of Climate Change

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I received a curious goody bag distributed at the ExxonMobil annual shareholders’ meeting in Dallas on May 25, including a do-it-yourself virtual reality headset. I decided to try it on and see what the world looks like from ExxonMobil’s perspective. Read more >

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Speaking Climate Truth to Power at Chevron and ExxonMobil Shareholders’ Meetings

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This week marks the dramatic culmination of fossil fuel company annual meetings as ExxonMobil and Chevron hold their annual shareholder meetings on the same day. Both companies are facing increasing questions about their responsibilities for climate change. Read more >

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Testing the Climate at Shell’s Annual General Meeting

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Royal Dutch Shell will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) tomorrow in The Hague, Netherlands. The Anglo-Dutch company has taken positive steps in the past year that distinguish it from other major fossil fuel producers. But Shell still supports groups that try to deceive the public and policy makers about global warming and block action to reduce carbon emissions. Read more >

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