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Four Years After Greenpeace Sting: PR Firm Dumps Oil Lobbyists

Blog by Connor Gibson | February 20, 2015

Perhaps you heard the good news – the world’s largest public relations firm, Edelman, just spun off an advertising subsidiary so that it could show a commitment to not aiding the denial of climate change science. The Guardian explains how API’s...

The Keystone XL Coverup: The State Department’s Attempt to Hide Oil Industry Connections

Blog by Jesse Coleman | March 21, 2013

originally posted to PolluterWatch Mother Jones Magazine has uncovered a new twist in the fight against the Keystone XL pipeline. As it turns out, the authors who drafted the environmental review of the Keystone XL pipeline worked for Transcanada...

Mobile, AL is bull’s-eye for Canadian Tar Sands and the Keystone XL Pipeline

Blog by Cassady Sharp | July 12, 2013

Below is an account about the developing tar sands pipeline construction in Alabama from resident and activist. Mobile, Alabama has become the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline. The ill-fated, unwanted tar sands have found a hub on the … ...

PHOTOS: Decades of Exxon oil spills & explosions

Blog by Cassady Sharp | April 3, 2013

After the March 29 Exxon pipeline spill in Arkansas, the state’s attorney general announced Tuesday that it would launch an investigation of the spill and its impacts. We’ve collected photos from our archive from past Exxon spills-a grim reminder...

Coal Exports Contradict Obama’s Climate Pledge, Critics Say

Blog by Mahesh Prasad | July 26, 2013

Originally Posted to Huffington Post by Lynne Peeples Environmental experts who remain unimpressed with President Barack Obama’s war-on-carbon rhetoric point to one key reason for concern that’s off most Americans’ radar: U.S. coal exports. A...

Texas Wildfires Contradict Governor's Belief

Blog by mfloegel | September 30, 2011

Cognitive dissonance is name given to the discomfort caused by trying to simultaneously hold two conflicting ideas.  Policy dissonance might be the name applied when two conflicting ideas are the basis for government action.   An...

Mock commercial undermines new Vote 4 Energy oil advertisement

Blog by cgibson | January 4, 2012 1 comment

Crossposted from PolluterWatch Today, the American Petroleum Institute unveiled its 2012 Vote 4 Energy astroturf campaign, centered around a major election-linked CNN advertising package that PolluterWatch helped expose ...

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