Greenpeace: Koch Industries: Secretly Funding the Climate Denial Machine

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Duke Energy distances itself from ERCC's attacks on Mercury Rule

Blog by Robert Gardner | December 7, 2011

Greenpeace International Executive Director Kumi Naidoo and local activists inspect the Riverbend coal plant in North Carolina. The plant, owned by Duke Energy, has emitted more than a thousand pounds of mercury pollution over the...

Shell Game

Blog by Melanie Duchin | May 10, 2011 1 comment

One year later and Congress has learned nothing. Instead of making it harder for oil companies like Shell to drill in the icy waters of the Arctic Ocean, the House of Representatives just voted to make it easier. If this legislation...

Polluterharmony on Valentines Day, from Capitol Hill to Canada

Blog by Joe Smyth | February 14, 2011

Valentines Day is a big deal for Polluterharmony , the #1 matchmaking site for polluters, politicians, and industry lobbyists. To help make sure that politicians and their staff know about the new Polluterharmony contest , we...

New Contest for Exposing Polluter Lobbyists’ Influence

Blog by Phil Radford | February 10, 2011

Are you a lobbyist for the coal industry, looking for the best way to meet members of Congress who will put your dirty energy money ahead of modern environmental standards and their constituents' health? Maybe the chairman of a...

What if Koch Industries DID stop funding climate denial front groups?

Blog by Joe Smyth | December 14, 2010 1 comment

Koch Industries' efforts to fund climate denial front groups and think tanks received some scrutiny last week in the form of a surprising press release. The Economist has the details : FOR a moment, they almost had us fooled. It...

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