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'Losing Earth' Explores How Oil Industry Played Politics With The Planet's Fate

Journalist Nathaniel Rich says the oil industry helped create a partisan debate around climate change in the 1980s by paying scientists to write op-eds questioning climate science.

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'Losing Earth' Explores How Oil Industry Played Politics With The Planet's Fate

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