Initial responses from some major environmental organizations one might expect to be very strong have been very tepid indeed. Let’s monitor these various organizations over time and see if they earn their donations and membership fees.
|By: Seymour Friendly Thursday April 29, 2010 5:00 pm|
|By: Monty Karlo Tuesday March 30, 2010 9:12 am|
Guess which Democrat in the Senate is the only one to receive money from the biggest funder of anti-climate regulations?
|By: Josh Nelson Tuesday December 1, 2009 12:43 pm|
About a month ago, a strange email hit the inboxes of many congressional staffers. It was an invitation to an ‘Executive Forum’ on climate and energy policy hosted by the American Petroleum Institute. What was strange about this invitation was the sender of the email and the co-host of the policy forum: Newsweek magazine. The event is scheduled for today at 4pm.
Greenpeace’s Executive Director Phil Radford, understandably, took issue with this when the event was announced:
At present, the panel’s only member is American Petroleum Institute (API) President Jack Gerard.As you know, Mr. Gerard is the nation’s top registered lobbyist for Big Oil. API and its biggest member, ExxonMobil, have aggressively lobbied against global warming policy solutions that will inevitably limit global consumption of oil. API and its members have spent tens of millions of dollars over the past decade alone on propaganda efforts and front groups to undercut public confidence in the wide and deep global scientific consensus that global warming is real, that human consumption of fossil fuels is driving it, and that the problem is a serious threat to America and the rest of the world.
|By: Leen Thursday September 24, 2009 12:24 pm|