EXPOSING THE FUNDING NETWORK
In case there was any doubt which side The New York Times favors when it comes to climate change opinions, the paper devoted three entire pages to “the effects of President Trump’s environmental policy.”
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund claims to pursue “social change that contributes to a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world.” But its history tells a different story.
Earth Day ‘Science’ March Dominated by Criticism, Liberal Infighting By Aly Nielsen Thousands of people have expressed interest in attending the “March for Science” this Earth Day, but internally the event was fraught with conflict and many actual scientists rejected the march and refused to participate. Protesters planned to “unite as a diverse, nonpartisan group […]
A Who’s Who of climate activists plans to invade Washington, D.C., on April 29, to march against President Donald Trump’s environmental policies.
InsideClimate News, a news website run by a public relations firm, was started by a consultant of the Rockefeller family, David Sassoon. What started as a blog is now a “pay for play” journalism outlet that allows wealthy foundations to commission series based on preconceived ideas and beliefs.
In 2006, DeSmog Blog entered the Internet’s crowded world of opinion, commentary and news with ambitious goal: to provide balanced coverage to politically charged debates over environmental issues like climate change.