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Big Oil Manufacturing "Energy Citizen" Rallies To Oppose Clean Energy Reform

Commented Aug 18, 2009 at 19:32:18 in Green

“Big Oil companies use these kinds of tactics all the time. Check out this video about Chevron's attempts to weazel out of a $27 billion lawsuit brought by communities affected by their polluting practices in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Even Andy Rooney of 60 Minutes hates the dirty tricks Chevron is using!

http://chevrontoxico.com/news-and-multimedia/2009/0818-60-seconds.html

RomeoMD25 on Sep 10, 2009 at 14:53:08

“In 1997, Enron set about to promote an international treaty to impose
cuts in CO2 emissions while allowing emission rights trading. Such an agreement would produce a gigantic windfall for Enron because
it would boost the usage of natural gas at the expense of coal and it would help Enron’s growing commodity trading business.

As the push for a treaty gained more support around the world, Enron CEO Ken Lay and other business
leaders wrote to President Bill Clinton on September 1, 1998, asking him to create a bipartisan blue ribbon
commission that would essentially shut off the scientific debate on global warming and discredit those scientists
who opposed the treaty and did not support the global warming theory.”
Oil Lobby's 'Energy Citizens' Astroturf Campaign Exposed

Oil Lobby's 'Energy Citizens' Astroturf Campaign Exposed

Commented Aug 18, 2009 at 17:54:06 in Home

“Big Oil companies use these kinds of tactics all the time. Check out this video about Chevron's attempts to weazel out of a $27 billion lawsuit brought by communities affected by their polluting practices in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Even Andy Rooney hates the dirty tricks Chevron is using!

http://chevrontoxico.com/news-and-multimedia/2009/0818-60-seconds.html