The global warming debate cuts two ways

Knickerbocker, Brad
May 1998
Christian Science Monitor;5/11/98, Vol. 90 Issue 115, p3
Remarks on the change of attitude seen in some major companies in the energy industry as they embark on an advertising campaign in 1998 to inform the public of the potential dangers of global warming. Comments from Eileen Claussen, executive director of the Pew Center on Global Climate Change; The energy industry's traditional reluctance to accept global warming; Companies like Shell Oil Co. and Sun Oil Co. which have committed to the advertising campaign.


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