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Here's what it would look like if fossil fuel ads had warning labels

1 month ago   |   By Grist

If all you saw were BP's ads, you'd think the company's top priority was investing in renewable energy. Like other oil majors, the company has embraced green marketing to rehabilitate its image after decades of misleading the public about the negative consequences of burning fossil fuels. But the truth of the matter is that companies like BP, ExxonMobil, and Chevron are still laser-focused on the thing they do best: finding and selling more oil.
A new complaint against BP from environmental law firm ClientEarth alleges the company is misleading the public by claiming it is dedicated to...
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