A Crack in the Shell: New Documents Expose a Hidden Climate History

A Crack in the Shell: New Documents Expose a Hidden Climate History

Cover: A Crack in the Shell: New Documents Expose a Hidden Climate History
25. Apr. 2018
Center for International Environmental Law
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Place of Publication: Washington, DC
Date of Publication: April 2018
Number of Pages: 16
License: CC-BY 4.0
Language of Publication: English

Oil Giant Royal Dutch Shell has known about climate risks of fossil fuel production for six decades. As early as the 1980s Shell knew about their accountability for 4 % of global carbon emissions. Still, while pragmatically protecting their own offshore oil rigs from the dangers of sea level rise, Shell massively promoted climate denial and climate obstruction as the CIEL report shows.

 

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