My past two posts have revolved around Climate Change – and those who promote it through misleading representations.
In Oreskes’ Exxon Study, CAI & Five Years of Coordinated Climate Deception, I show how the Climate Accountability Institute and the Union of Concerned Scientists came up with a long-term plan in 2012, to go after Exxon for carbon emissions – using tactics learned from Tobacco Litigation.
The official report from that 2012 meeting, Establishing Accountability for Climate Change Damages: Lessons from Tobacco Control, makes for very interesting reading and contains a surprising amount of quotes from the original workshop.
It serves as a generalized transcript.
In the process of compiling my article I went through twitter accounts from various climate activists.
What I found was a well-orchestrated – and intertwined – Echo Chamber.Continue Reading