And the hardball has begun in earnest, again via ICN:.
Because of their roles investing in and engaging with Exxon over climate change, these witnesses' testimony could prove critical to the state's case.
Exxon wrote on July 30 that it planned to send documents requests to seven witnesses.
Later that decade, in 1988, an internal report by Shell projected similar effects but also found that CO2 could double even earlier, by 2030.
Privately, these companies did not dispute the links between their products, global warming, and ecological calamity.
Global changes in air temperature would also “drastically change the way people live and work.”
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