Two New Accounts of How Corporations (and Conservatives) Have Thwarted Action on Climate Change
Nathaniel Rich recounts America's failure to act on global warming in the 1980s; Bill McKibben offers dire prophecies about climate—and artificial intelligence.
Exxon Pushes Back Against Harvard Scientists' Findings That the Company Misled the Public
Exxon claims the study was paid for by activists. It was published in a reputable, peer-reviewed journal.
Department of the Treasury Fines Exxon $2 Million for Violating Russia Sanctions
The violations took place while Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was still at the company's helm.
The First Week at COP21: Competing Realities in Paris
The climate summit emerges from a rocky week with a new text. Negotiations have been transparent and equitable—or maybe opaque and grossly unbalanced. Welcome to the COP-Spin Zone.