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exxonmobil is accused of failing to reveal the full extent of their impact on the climate crisis

Major global firms accused of concealing their environmental impact

A $10tn (£7.9tn) investor alliance has accused more than 700 companies, including Amazon, Tesco and ExxonMobil, of failing to reveal the full extent of their impact on the climate crisis, water shortages and deforestation.

local residents paddle a canoe past oil installations belonging to the mobil oil company in bonny island, nigeria

How Mobil pushed its oil agenda through ‘charitable giving’

Dr David Page visited Nigeria after the spill and offered his views of its impact to the New York Times, which were published in special report dated 20 September that year. Page’s arrival on the scene was anticipated years earlier in Mobil’s plans, internal Mobil Foundation documents newly obtained by the Guardian reveal.

microsoft has become the first technology company to join the conservative-led group, which includes oil giants bp, exxonmobil, shell, total and conocophillips among its founding members

Microsoft joins group seeking to kill off historic climate change lawsuits

The stated goals of the Climate Leadership Council (CLC) include a $40-a-ton fee on carbon dioxide emissions in return for the gutting of current climate change regulations and “protecting companies from federal and state tort liability for historic emissions”.

exxonmobil’s huge groningen gas field in the netherlands

MEPs to scrutinise ExxonMobil’s alleged role in climate change misinformation

Campaigners welcome move over claims firm knew of global warming dangers for decades — ExxonMobil’s alleged role in spreading misinformation about climate change will be scrutinised by the European Union for the first time, in a move welcomed by campaigners. The world’s biggest international oil company has been investigated in the US over allegations that …

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exxon’s annual contribution to the oil and gas climate initiative works out at $10m a year over a decade

ExxonMobil agrees to join oil and gas climate change alliance

U-turn means company will join BP, Shell and Total in contributing $100m to project — ExxonMobil has joined the oil and gas industry’s flagship climate change project, reversing its decision not to join the alliance four years ago. The company was a notable holdout when the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OCGI) was launched, but …

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