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BK 57: (Apr 4, 2023) The Petroleum Papers: Inside the Far-Right Conspiracy to Cover Up Climate Change

Hi Everyone... Our Apr 4th meeting we will discuss the book The Petroleum Papers: Inside the Far-Right Conspiracy to Cover Up Climate Change   by Geoff Dembicki (Sep 20, 2022).  With 256 reading pages it will be approximately 9 pages a day.  Check out the Bio, links and videos below: " Burning fossil fuels will cause catastrophic global warming: this is what top American oil executives were told by scientists in 1959. But they ignored that warning.  Instead, they developed one of the biggest, most polluting oil sources in the world―the oil sands in Alberta, Canada. As investigative journalist Geoff Dembicki reveals in this explosive book, the decades-long conspiracy to keep the oil sands flowing into the U.S. would turn out to be one of the biggest reasons for the world’s failure to stop the climate crisis. In  The Petroleum Papers , Dembicki draws from confidential oil industry documents to uncover for the first time how companies like Exxon, Koch Industries, and Shell built a gl

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