Interview: Granddaughter of Exxon Climate Scientist

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Kalinsky is the daughter of an Exxon scientist James Black, who warned management in 1977 that humankind had “5 or 10 years to begin making hard decisions about climate change”.

Climate Denial Crock of the Week

Hear Anna Kalinsky’s questions for Exxon CEO – and his answers.

Kalinsky is the daughter of an Exxon scientist James Black,  who warned management in 1977 that humankind had “5 or 10 years to begin making hard decisions about climate change”.

In listening I’m finding this extremely heartbreaking and excrutiatingly sad.

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2 thoughts on “Interview: Granddaughter of Exxon Climate Scientist

  1. I find that extremely sad – with its extreme forest fires and intermittent deluges, Australia is the poster child for intermittent climate children. It appears your political class is indifferent to the future welfare of their children and grandchildren.

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