by Andrew Stone
The U.S. is “addicted” to oil — we import millions of barrels from foreign countries every day and gas prices are at record highs due to the increased demand. As a result, global warming pollution is raising temperatures and sea levels around the world and melting the polar ice caps. These are scary times — a lot is at stake!
Yet ExxonMobil – the world’s largest and most profitable oil company – is doing next to nothing to reduce our reliance on oil. But they are spending millions to open the Arctic Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling, block environmental protections, and sabotage efforts to slow global warming.
Visit http://www.ExxposeExxon.com to send ExxonMobil’s CEO a message that you won’t buy their gas until the company cleans up its act!.
ExxonMobil’s list of environmental misdeeds is long and frightening!
ExxonMobil is the only major oil company still trying to open our Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling. And despite making a record $25 billion profit last year, ExxonMobil has still not paid all the money it owes to fishermen and other Alaskans who were hurt by the Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989.
Now Exxon is making headlines again — just last month the company hired Philip Cooney, a former White House staffer who recently resigned after the New York Times revealed that he edited government reports on global warming to reflect the oil industry’s position.
It’s time for ExxonMobil to clean up its act!
Go to www.ExxposeExxon.com and tell ExxonMobil’s CEO that you won’t buy ExxonMobil gas, invest in its stock, or work for the company until they change their policies that are threatening the future of our planet.
Join me in telling ExxonMobil enough is enough. Just visit www.ExxposeExxon.com.