Greenpeace exposes academics willing to take oil company money to cast doubts on climate science

December 9, 2015 by  
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Greenpeace revealed today that undercover work isn’t just for detectives. In an effort to illustrate how easily fossil fuel interests can buy off academics to create doubt about the effects of climate change, Greenpeace reporters asked professors from Princeton and Penn State to pen reports touting the benefits of carbon dioxide and bolstering support for coal burning in developing nations. As it turns out, it’s not difficult to get academic ‘research’ published that says whatever you’d like it to say, provided you have the dollars to back up the request. Read the rest of Greenpeace exposes academics willing to take oil company money to cast doubts on climate science

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