Connor Gibson

About

Connor Gibson is a researcher for Greenpeace USA and a guest author for DeSmogBlog. He focuses on polluting industries, their front groups and PR operatives. He specializes in tracking those who professionally deny climate change science and obstruct policy solutions to global warming.

Connor Gibson is based in Washington, DC.

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A breakthrough study from Harvard unearths the extent Exxon has gone to in order to destroy the public's trust in climate change science. Last week, Harvard University researchers Geoffrey Supran ...
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As part of President Donald Trump’s effort to “drain the swamp” directly into his cabinet, a revolving door coal lobbyist is now poised to take a top position at the U.S. Environmental Protection A...
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Originally published on Greenpeace US This month, nineteen United States Senators called attention to the Web of Denial, a network of front groups that oppose any productive action to combat clima...
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This is a guest post by Connor Gibson, crossposted from Greenpeace USA The Kochs have spent over $88 million in *traceable* funding to groups attacking climate change science, policy and regulatio...
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This is a guest post by Connor Gibson, originally published at Huffington Post. FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA. As the Spring, 2016 semester concluded, George Mason University sophomore Mark Hammond made a dar...
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This is a guest post by Connor Gibson that originally appeared at Huffington Post.  This article is the second of two posts examining Charles Koch's campus investments, as reported in Jane Mayer...
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This is a guest post by Connor Gibson that originally appeared at Huffington Post. This article is the first of two posts examining Charles Koch's campus investments, as reported in Jane Mayer's...
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As the nation warily watches every Republican presidential candidate kiss the ring of billionaire donor Charles Koch for a shot at his network's $300,000,000 pool of presidential cash, Charles Koch...
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“The science that Willie Soon does is almost pointless.” - NASA climate scientist Gavin Schmidt, to the New York Times Recent revelations regarding Smithsonian scientist Willie Soon's financing and...
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Crossposted from PolluterWatch. 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 n...
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A breakthrough study from Harvard unearths the extent Exxon has gone to in order to destroy the public's trust in climate change science. Last week, Harvard University researchers Geoffrey Supran ...
on

As part of President Donald Trump’s effort to “drain the swamp” directly into his cabinet, a revolving door coal lobbyist is now poised to take a top position at the U.S. Environmental Protection A...
on

Originally published on Greenpeace US This month, nineteen United States Senators called attention to the Web of Denial, a network of front groups that oppose any productive action to combat clima...
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This is a guest post by Connor Gibson, crossposted from Greenpeace USA The Kochs have spent over $88 million in *traceable* funding to groups attacking climate change science, policy and regulatio...
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This is a guest post by Connor Gibson, originally published at Huffington Post. FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA. As the Spring, 2016 semester concluded, George Mason University sophomore Mark Hammond made a dar...
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This is a guest post by Connor Gibson that originally appeared at Huffington Post.  This article is the second of two posts examining Charles Koch's campus investments, as reported in Jane Mayer...
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This is a guest post by Connor Gibson that originally appeared at Huffington Post. This article is the first of two posts examining Charles Koch's campus investments, as reported in Jane Mayer's...
on

As the nation warily watches every Republican presidential candidate kiss the ring of billionaire donor Charles Koch for a shot at his network's $300,000,000 pool of presidential cash, Charles Koch...
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“The science that Willie Soon does is almost pointless.” - NASA climate scientist Gavin Schmidt, to the New York Times Recent revelations regarding Smithsonian scientist Willie Soon's financing and...
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Crossposted from PolluterWatch. 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 n...