- Dec 15, 2020 4:04 pm GMT
That the oil/gas industry has stepped us its misinformation campaign is hardly unexpected. Like the pre-1990 tobacco business, it's under pressure - and instead of investing in accordance with the realities of a new era, it's doubling down on public relations by investing in "non-profit" groups - ones that pay their boardmembers six-figure salaries. By convincing us oil and gas consumption is a net positive, that it promotes economic development and "tribal sovereignty", Big Gas hopes to keep those captive tribal nations, and anyone who sympathizes with them, firmly under their thumb.
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