New York AG Once Again Changes Justification for Anti-Exxon Probe

The attorney general of New York has once again changed the focus of his investigation of Exxon Mobil, shifting from his original claim that the company was publicly trying to downplay the risks of global warming to a position that the company may have actually inflated the risks.

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  1. […] a week after Schneiderman published some of the company’s sensitive internal documents and accused it of overstating the threat of climate change, a complete reversal of his previous […]

  2. […] week, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced that he was once again shifting his justification for probing the oil and natural gas company. An investigation that began with a stated concern over […]

  3. […] week, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced that he was once again shifting his justification for probing the oil and natural gas company. An investigation that began with a stated concern over […]

  4. […] they turned to stranded assets. When that was a huge flop, they decided that Exxon was actually inflating the risks of climate change. It’s no wonder Justice Ostrager was losing his […]

  5. […] they turned to stranded assets. When that was a huge flop, they decided that Exxon was actually inflating the risks of climate change. It’s no wonder Justice Ostrager was losing his […]

  6. […] that was a huge flop, they decided that Exxon was actually inflating the risks of climate change. It’s no wonder Justice Ostrager was losing his […]

  7. […] different legal theories and 4 dead ends.  Schneiderman and his team have continued to change up their justifications for why they are continuing to investigate Exxon, since each of the previous […]

  8. […] different legal theories and 4 dead ends.  Schneiderman and his team have continued to change up their justifications for why they are continuing to investigate Exxon, since each of the previous […]

  9. […] different legal theories and 4 dead ends.  Schneiderman and his team have continued to change up their justifications for why they are continuing to investigate Exxon, since each of the previous […]

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