How The Fossil Fuel Industry Is Attempting To Buy The Global Youth Climate Movement • Discoverology

How The Fossil Fuel Industry Is Attempting To Buy The Global Youth Climate Movement

Subjecting themselves to a cohort of skeptical students was an opportunity for oil and gas executives to boost their credibility in an era when many young activists will only engage with them with picket signs. Young activists say they’re seeing more of this “youth-washing” as the global youth climate movement gains momentum.

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