While the rest of the world is trying to stop global warming and protect the planet for future generations, ExxonMobil is busy drilling for more oil and polluting the atmosphere. What's worse, ExxonMobil is doing its best to stop other countries' attempts to prevent the world from heating up. Check out ExxonMobil's dirty secrets at www.exxonsecrets.org. Here are five reasons why ExxonMobil is worse than other oil companies:

1. ExxonMobil tries to convince the public that global warming isn't happening even though ExxonMobil is one of its main causes. It spends millions of dollars on misleading propaganda every year.

2. ExxonMobil has played a leading role in sabotaging international attempts to stop global warming. It would rather sell more gasoline than protect future generations.

3. ExxonMobil doesn't believe renewable energy has a future. "With no readily available economic alternatives on the horizon, fossil fuels will continue to supply most of the world's energy needs for the foreseeable future." --Lee Raymond, ExxonMobil CEO, 1997

4. ExxonMobil is the biggest oil company in the world - its profits totalled more than US$12 billion in 2000. If anyone can afford to help stop global warming it's ExxonMobil.

5. ExxonMobil was one of the main financial contributors to George Bush's election campaign. As soon as George Bush became president, he announced that the U.S. would pull out of international agreements to stop global warming - exactly the position that ExxonMobil was promoting.

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Don't Buy ExxonMobil: Petition

Publication | September 20, 2004 at 18:00

Pledge not to buy ExxonMobil until it stops sabotaging action on global warming and supports mandatory reductions in global warming pollution. Download this petition and invite others to pledge as well.

Don't Buy ExxonMobil: Toolkit

Publication | September 20, 2004 at 18:00

Are you ready to take on the world's #1 global warming villain, ExxonMobil? The Don't Buy ExxonMobil toolkit will provide you with the necessary skills to take action against the world's most environmentally destructive and socially irresponsible...

Don't Buy ExxonMobil: Fact Sheet

Publication | March 31, 2004 at 17:00

Some corporations are notorious for cooking the books, but ExxonMobil is cooking the planet. Find out about the #1 global warming criminal in the world.

The Case Against ExxonMobil: Corporate Polluters on Trial

Publication | March 22, 2004 at 18:00

While many environmental crimes occur in our oceans, ancient forests, on pristine beaches, or at a nuclear power or chemical plant, environmental damage just as devastating also occurs in corporate boardrooms. In the case of ExxonMobil, it is...

Greenpeace and the People vs. ExxonMobil

Publication | March 22, 2004 at 18:00

Over the past two years, Greenpeace offices around the world have increased efforts to expose one of the world's worst corporate polluters " ExxonMobil. From publicizing Exxon's misconduct, to seeking talks with ExxonMobil officials, to...

ExxonMobil State Department Meeting (9/20/01)

Publication | September 19, 2001 at 18:00

Nine days after September 11, the State Department had a meeting scheduled with ExxonMobil to discuss the "U.S. stance" at the the next international climate negotiation meeting sceduled in December 2001. The State Department briefing states,...

Business Roundtable (9/12/01)

Publication | September 11, 2001 at 18:00

ExxonMobil State Department Meeting (7/25/01)

Publication | July 24, 2001 at 18:00

Randy Randol, Senior Environmental Policy Advisor for ExxonMobil requested this meeting at the suggestion of a former Exxon board member then being appointed as the Ambassador to Sweden by the Bush Administration. The State Department breifing...

Energy and Communications Solutions (7/10/01)

Publication | July 9, 2001 at 18:00

Don Pearlman, Climate Council Meeting (7/9/01)

Publication | July 8, 2001 at 18:00

Don Pearlman is a major international lobbyist who has worked for many years in opposition to the Kyoto Protocol. The Climate Council's corporate backers are well hidden but early funders included, coal industry, railroads and ulitities. ...

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