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Posted inEnvironment

Read Exposed

New evidence seems to arrive daily—from stories about tainted pet food to toxic toys— of the dangerous consequences that lax environmental policies are having on the consumer products that we, and our children, use daily thanks to lobbying efforts by the U.S. chemical industry. Meanwhile, the European Union is forcing these global corporate giants to […]

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An Interview with Mark Schapiro

An interview with Mark Schapiro, author of Exposed: The Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Products and What’s at Stake for American Power. How did you become interested in the topics in Exposed? What inspired you to write this book? As a journalist, I’ve spent much of my career working and living in Europe and following the […]

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Shaping the Media Message: Satires and Web Videos

Media companies funded by ExxonMobil have produced low-budget web videos satirizing Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. “An Inconvenient Story” This web-only video was produced by Competitive Enterprise Institute to criticize Al Gore’s travel in the promotion of “An Inconvenient Truth.” “Al Gore’s Penguin Army” Another group influencing public opinion and receiving money from ExxonMobil is […]

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The Manipulation of Science

In the spring of 1998, a remarkable document surfaced. The eight-page “action plan” detailed plans by the American energy industry — notably oil companies and a large electricity producer — to derail the Kyoto Protocol, the landmark treaty aimed at slashing greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. At the time, then-President Bill Clinton and his deputies were […]

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Skateboarding for a Cooler World

What are carbon offsets? Does buying stickers really make up for the pollution you’ve caused? Visit three companies who think it can. Credits: Written, directed, and produced by Niall McKay Presenter: Lee West Senior producer: Oriana Zill de Granados Editor: Carlo Kamin Camera: Andy Schocken, Marissa Aroy, Niall McKay Researcher: Mia Lobel Production Assistant: Ilja […]

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Hot Politics

FRONTLINE and the Center for Investigative Reporting go behind the scenes to explore how bi-partisan political and economic forces prevented the U.S. government from confronting what may be one of the most serious problems facing humanity today. The film examines some of the key moments that have shaped the politics of global warming and how […]

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Oil Slick

The petro-giants are touting their new sensitivity to global warming. They’re also spending huge amounts of money to defeat anti-warming legislation. To hear the captains of the oil industry speak these days, you’d think the petro-giants are leading the charge against climate change. At a recent energy conference in Houston, the CEOs of both Chevron […]