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Explore Koch's Web of Dirty Money and Influence
"My joke is that we're the biggest company you've never heard of." – David Koch
Koch Industries’ political action committee--KochPAC--bundles contributions from Koch employees, executives and their spouses. KochPAC spent over $22 million on federal political candidates since 1999.
Since the creation of new clean energy jobs is a critical benefit of climate and energy policy, opponents have focused on discrediting ‘green’ jobs. A report appeared on this subject in spring of 2009 called the "Study of the effects on...
David H. Koch, born in 1940, is Executive Vice-President of Koch Industries, and the CEO of the subsidiary Koch Chemical Technology Group.
Charles G. Koch, born in 1935, is the CEO and Chairman of Koch Industries.
In November 2009, anonymous hackers illegally obtained and disseminated thousands of personal emails from climate scientists housed on the server of the University of East Anglia. The emails spanned 13 years of correspondence and a handful of...
In 2007, several prominent climate denial scientists published a non-peer reviewed article (Dyck, Soon et al, 2007 “Polar bears of western Hudson Bay and climate change: Are warming spring air temperatures the "ultimate" survival control factor...
Just a few months after the "Spanish Study" was released, a similar play was conducted with another study linked to the Koch web. The "Danish study," prepared by Danish think-tank CEPOS, provides clean energy opponents a means of raising...
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