"Truth Has Nothing to Do With Who Wins the Argument" | The Power of Big Oil
Frontline, 20 Apr 2022
The fossil fuel industry employed PR tactics in the 1990s to emphasize uncertainty on climate change, episode one of the three-part documentary series ‘The Power of Big Oil’ reports in new detail. Watch an excerpt.
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