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When ‘Creatives’ Turn Destructive: Image-Makers and the Climate Crisis
CSSN Director of Research Robert J. Brulle is cited in Bill McKibben's New Yorker piece on public relations and advertising firms' role in promoting fossil fuels.
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115 Amazon lobbyists. 1 works on climate
CSSN Scholar Robert J. Brulle quoted by Corbin Hiar on Amazon's climate lobbying efforts in "115 Amazon lobbyists. 1 works one climate," published by E&E News.
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One Day After The Election, The US Has Officially Pulled Out Of The Paris Climate Agreement
Zahra Hirji discusses the potential future of US climate policy with a Trump presidency as well as a Biden presidency.
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Biden says the US will rejoin the Paris climate agreement in 77 days. Then Australia will really feel the heat
CSSN Scholar Christian Downie authored an article on how a climate progressive Biden administration will put a spotlight on Australia's failure to enact meaningful climate policy.
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Exxon’s climate fix is algae. Experts say it won’t work
CSSN Scholar Robert J. Brulle quoted in Benjamin Storrow's piece on ExxonMobil's biofuel campaign.
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Exclusive: GM, Ford knew about climate change 50 years ago
CSSN Scholar Robert J. Brulle's research on Ford and General Motors' funding of organizations that propagate climate denial featured on E&E News.
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Climate Social Science Network Launched with Hub at Brown University
Global network will produce research on climate change-related political conflict.
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A Matter of Degrees Podcast – CSSN Scholar Dr. Leah Stokes
In “A Matter of Degrees,” Dr. Katharine Wilson and CSSN Scholar Dr. Leah Stokes are helping their listeners understand the climate story in a deeper way. They're exploring the reality of climate denial and delay, the solutions that are available today, and why justice and equity are so central to the fight.
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ExxonMobil misled the public about the climate crisis. Now they’re trying to silence critics
CSSN scholar Dr. Geoffrey Supran and Dr. Naomi Oreskes wrote an opinion piece for "The Guardian" on ExxonMobil’s challenge to their research.