Sheppard, Kate
March 2011
Mother Jones;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p17
This article reports on Tom Borelli, former executive from the Philip Morris tobacco company, and his work addressing climate change from large corporations. The article discusses Borelli's protests against energy company Duke Energy and his shareholder activism to help curb global warming. Information is also provided on climate-change denier Steve Milloy.


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