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Saturday, January 13, 2007

Exxon Moves to Re-Position.

Toles Exxon

After a long history of funding the dis-information campaign against scientific evidence of human effects on climate change, Exxon has moved to distance itself from the coming backlash. Treehugger reports:
"According to the Wall Street Journal, Exxon has stopped funding the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CO2: We call it life) and "five or six" other groups active in the [anti] global-warming debate, Kenneth Cohen, Exxon's vice president for public affairs, confirmed this week in an interview at Exxon's headquarters in Irving, Texas.

...he added, "we know enough now -- or, society knows enough now -- that the risk is serious and action should be taken." "

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