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Holding Corporate Carbon Producers Accountable

ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson repeatedly misrepresents basic climate science. When assessing responsibility for global warming, politicians, journalists and others tend to think in terms of nations. China, as we all know, is the world's largest carbon emitter, the United States -- the top emitter until 2006 -- is No. 2, and so on. Some researchers, however, are now focusing on the role played by fossil fuel producers.
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