Bush Administration Censor Resigns, Moves to ExxonMobil


Editor of Climate Reports Resigns,” Andrew C. Revkin reports in the New York Times (June 11, 2005) that “Mr. Cooney’s resignation came two days after documents revealed that he had repeatedly edited government climate reports in ways that cast doubt on the link between building greenhouse-gas emissions and rising temperatures.” On June 15 Revkin filed yet another story, “Former Bush Aide Who Edited Climate Reports is Hired by Exxon.”

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