Exposing Climate Deniers

The science on global warming is clear and citizens are demanding action. Join us in exposing the polluters, lobbyists and politicians standing in the way of progress.

Koch Museum Board Protest in Washington DC

Koch Museum Board Protest, Kick Koch off the Smithsonian Museum Board Protest at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, District of Columbia. Activists join together to bring attention and remove climate deniers out of science museums, specifically oil mogul David Koch, who sits on the board of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, bankrolling groups that deny climate science. Protestors hold signs outside the Smithsonian Institution's annual board meeting.

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We’re calling out the work that’s being done—often secretively—to block meaningful action on climate change.


Our PolluterWatch project is holding polluters, their lobbyists, and the politicians who work with them accountable for poisoning the climate debate and blocking much-needed environmental regulations.


Koch Industries: Secretly Funding Climate Denial

Billionaire oilman David Koch likes to joke that Koch Industries is “the biggest company you’ve never heard of.” But the nearly $50 million that David Koch and his brother Charles have quietly funneled to climate-denial front groups that are working to delay policies and regulations aimed at stopping global warming is no joking matter.

Our report, Koch Industries: Secretly Funding the Climate Denial Machine, exposes the Kochs’ web of dirty money and influence.

Charles G. Koch and David H. Koch have a vested interest in delaying climate action: they’ve made billions from their ownership and control of Koch Industries, an oil corporation that is the second largest privately-held company in America (which also happens to have an especially poor environmental record).

It’s high time more people were aware of Charles and David Koch and just what they’re up to.

Learn more about how we’re kicking corporate money and climate deniers out of politics.

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