George C. Marshall

Climate Denial

The George C. Marshall Institute has been a member of Cooler Heads Coalition (CHC), the longest running association of climate change deniers, since 1998.

Exxon Funding

From 1997-2015, The George C. Marshall Institute, received $865,000 from ExxonMobil. Of that total, $495,000 worth of grants were earmarked for climate change programs.

2005 Exxon Climate Grants

$90K grant listed as "Climate Change" Worldwide Giving Report lists $90K as "General Operating Support"

2004 Exxon Climate Grants

2003 Exxon Climate Grants

2002 Exxon Climate Grants

2001 Exxon Climate Grants


George C. Marshall Institute News


Global Climate Information Project 1997 TV Ads

Success! Just recovered some 23 year old TV ads via my old friend Eric Gravley of PlanetVox. Way back in the late 1990s, early 2000s, before YouTube, before digital media, DVRs, “on demand” and all the things we take for granted today, Gravely and team ran a production studio, made documentaries and taped important stuff

William Happer

Investigation: Trump Climate Denial Committee

The Washington Post broke the story that the White House plans to “create an ad hoc group of select federal scientists to reassess the government’s analysis of climate science and counter conclusions that the continued burning of fossil fuels is harming the planet.” Spearheading this proposed Presidential Committee on Climate Security is William Happer, a

DCI Group Subpoenaed on Exxon Climate Denial Fraud Case

Now this is getting interesting… PRWatch just revealed that DCI Group was subpoenaed by the US Virgin Islands as part of the ExxonMobil fraud investigation. This Climate Investigations post contains some things we know about Exxon and DCI Group and its work on climate change. First, we know there was a contract.  DCI Group was

It’s not just what #ExxonKnew, it’s what #ExxonDid next

In the wake of Inside Climate News and the Columbia University/LA Times investigations into ExxonMobil’s history on climate science, the company has been terribly busy telling the world that it stands by its scientific work. In a classic example of Public Relations 101, ExxonMobil’s lead spokes, Ken Cohen, has been huffing and puffing and standing up