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Study Finds That Exxon Mislead the public on Climate Change, Concerning the Smart Tech Sector

A Harvard study released last Wednesday, August 23rd, has accused oil giant Exxon Mobil of misleading the public during the past 40 years, over the causes and implications of climate change. This new comprehensive study, alongside US president Donald Trump’s long history of disregarding human influence on climate change, casts doubt over US government and corporate leadership on environmental issues. Environmentally driven industries such as renewable energy and smart technology in buildings, cities and grids, have cause for concern with this worrying attitude in the higher echelons of the world’s biggest economy. As government support strengthens for oil and gas projects, the clean and energy efficient technology sectors will be wondering if their business proposition is strong enough to survive the Trump era. “We conclude that ExxonMobil misled the public,” the Harvard researchers wrote in a peer-reviewed study that could add legal scrutiny to the controversy surrounding Exxon’s handling of climate change. Exxon dismissed the […]

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