by Joe Romm Apr 19, 2016
The AGU Board isn't heeding climate scientists' calls to cut ties with Exxon, a leading funder of anti-science climate disinformation.
by Samantha Page Jan 20, 2016
New York has already subpoenaed the company. Both investigations stem from revelations that Exxon's scientists knew about global warming as far back as the 1970s.
by Emily Atkin Oct 29, 2015
Lobbyists for ExxonMobil have donated to and bundled money for her campaign.
by Emily Atkin Oct 20, 2015
"It appears that Exxon knew its product was causing harm to the public, and spent millions of dollars to obfuscate the facts in the public discourse," Sanders wrote.
"I think a RICO action is plausible and should be considered," she said.
by Ryan Koronowski Aug 18, 2015
"NBCC has been shilling for the interests of big oil and and maybe coal and utilities interests going back nearly 20 years."
by Joe Romm Jul 10, 2015
What would the Pope say about a company that’s fostering lies in order to spread indifference among the public, the media, and policy-makers?
by Emily Atkin Apr 23, 2015
Under the maximum fines proposed, ExxonMobil could have paid up to $21.5 million.
by Sacha Feinman Apr 13, 2015
A chemical ash rained down on residents of Torrance, California, after an ExxonMobile refinery explosion in February. Why were residents told so little about the potential toxic effects?
by Sacha Feinman Mar 12, 2015
The 155,000-barrel-a-day facility, which exploded on February 18th, has been operating at reduced capacity in recent weeks.