(NEW YORK) JUST IN: The five largest publicly traded oil majors — Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP, Total, and Chevron — together invested more than $1 billion in climate branding and lobbying in the three years after t he landmark Paris climate agreement was signed

#AceNewsReport – Nov.09: Exxon Mobil’s relationship with the New York Times is a case study in how the fossil fuel industry’s climate denialism has evolved over the past 20 years: Beginning in the 1970s, Exxon Mobil published an “advertorial” every Thursday on the New York Times editorial page: The quarter-page, essay-style ads were designed to mimic a Times op-ed: Starting in the 1980s, doubt about the seriousness of human-driven climate change was a repeated theme. The ads came with titles including “Apocalypse no,” “Reset the alarm,” “Less heat, more light on climate change,” and “Climate change: a degree of uncertainty.”

“According to a lawsuit Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey filed against Exxon Mobil last week, the oil company’s use of the New York Times editorial section “to shift public perception was among the most significant and longest regular — in this case, weekly — uses of media to influence public and stakeholder opinion in modern U.S. history.”
https://t.co/USD78Lc8NShttp://twitter.com/theintercept/status/1193211696019656704 November 09, 2019 at 05:00PM:

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