Carroll Muffett

Center for International Environmental Law

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President and CEO of the Center for International Environmental Law, a legal think-tank and environmental advocacy organization; former deputy campaigns director at Greenpeace USA

Carroll Muffett on KCRW

For decades, scientists at Exxon knew the Earth's climate was warming, and the oil giant made business decisions based on their predictions.

Did Exxon Deceive the World about Global Warming?

For decades, scientists at Exxon knew the Earth's climate was warming, and the oil giant made business decisions based on their predictions.

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At the  UN Climate Change Conference  in Copenhagen this December, the Kyoto Treaty on Global Warming will be renegotiated.  Environmentalists say the US has a responsibility to play a…

The Economics and Politics of Global Warming

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President Obama says the battle to slow global warming will be good for the US economy.

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