Leading Fossil Fuel Companies Fail Climate Responsibility Test


A comprehensive study by a science advocacy group gives poor grades in corporate responsibility to eight top producers. Exxon and coal firms ranked at the bottom. By John H. Cushman Jr. A methodical review of the world’s dominant fossil fuel producers has documented their poor performance—in some cases, egregious failure— in taking responsibility for their emissions of greenhouse gases and moving effectively to confront climate change. See Also: Exxon, Chevron Reject Shareholder Measures on Climate Change Again Exxon’s Own Research Confirmed Fossil Fuels’ Role in Global Warming Decades Ago Exxon’s Gamble: 25 Years of Rejecting Shareholder Concerns on Climate Change Obama’s Clean Power Plan Gets a Jolt of Support from Corporations read more

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