Exxon Posts Explanation for Climate Dissembling

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For anyone who is not clear why it would be in the interests of the energy industry to deny the accuracy of climate change science – or to delay any action to reduce the use of fossil fuels – this might be a clue. Collecting profits at the rate of $10 billion a quarter, Exxon executives clearly believe they will be able to afford to make whatever adaptations are necessary to live comfortably – however much he climate might change.

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