Citizens for a Sound Economy was a member of Cooler Heads Coalition (CHC), the longest running association of climate change denying organizations, from 1998-2008.
During the peak of Exxon’s campaign to deny climate change science, Citizens for a Sound Economy received over $400,000 in grants from the corporation between 1994-2001. Of that total, $250,250 worth of grants were earmarked specifically for climate change related programs.
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Citizens for a Sound Economy Updates
The Covert Attack on Sen. McCain’s Climate Leadership by ExxonMobil and the Koch brothers
InsideClimate News’ Marianne Lavelle published a long piece this weekend, chronicling Senator John McCain’s rise and fall as a climate leader. The story highlights a campaign I worked on in 2000, where we asked all the presidential candidates the simple and still pertinent question, “What’s Your Plan?” on global warming. McCain was one of the …
Climate Lawsuits: Depose Lee Raymond and Rex Tillerson
As we have been saying…lots of climate lawsuits are landing in State and Federal courts nationwide. As these suits move forward, there is a short list of people who ought to be deposed first. Former ExxonMobil CEOs, Rex Tillerson and Lee Raymond, top the list. Rex Tillerson worked at Exxon for his entire corporate career …
Competitive Enterprise Institute NYT Ad Signatories Got $10 Million from Exxon
This week, the Competitive Enterprise Institute ran a full page ad in the New York Times complaining that the undersigned groups were being attacked in the course of several state investigations into Exxon’s campaign of climate denial. Not wanting to give the CEI broadcast any oxygen, but what really caught our eye is the list …