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Climate Cover-Up: The Crusade to Deny Global Warming

2 Ratings: 4.5
A book by James Hoggan

Canadian environmental activists Hoggan and Littlemore pull no punches in this spirited indictment of global warming deniers. Their well-sourced research spotlights premeditated prevarications about the threat of greenhouse gas emissions by the oil and … see full wiki

Author: James Hoggan
Genre: Outdoors & Nature, Nonfiction
Publisher: Greystone Books
2 reviews about Climate Cover-Up: The Crusade to Deny Global...
review by . November 12, 2009
Is the public being misled about the seriousness of global warming by an army of well-paid, expert deceivers using phony "facts" and testimony from "scientists" who lack real credentials? That is what James Hoggan charges in this book. Hoggan is a Public Relations professional who is disgusted with many in his profession who have unashamedly sold out to big money interests. These people use their considerable talents to confuse the issue of global warming, to create the impression that there is …
review by . November 11, 2009
Absent willful ignorance we have all been aware for many years of the massive and concerted effort of fossil fuel companies and their commercial and political allies to deny the reality of global warming. But it is much worse than you imagined.     The orchestrated manipulation of public opinion through advertising, op-eds, letters to editors, fraudulent documents and petitions and touting of "expert" opinion from non-experts is galling. That it has been abetted by media more …
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