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Recent Actions and Results
Activists Spread the word!
As ExxonMobil announced a staggering $10.26 billion in 2nd quarter profits in July 2007, activists sent over 2,700 letters to local newspapers about Exxon's continued funding of global warming denier groups. Sample successes: Stop ExxonMobil, Staggering Profits
On May 30, 2007 Exxpose Exxon delivered a speech inside Exxon's shareholder meeting after being inspired by scores of demonstrating activists who led the charge outside.
On April 14, 2007 nearly 450 Exxpose Exxon activists educated their communities across the country by joining the largest global warming mobilization ever that called on Congress and ExxonMobil to step it up and get serious about global warming.
Photo messages to CEO Rex Tillerson pour in!
Hundreds of photo messages to Rex Tillerson were uploaded to our site from average citizens all around the country and the world. Check them out!
Thousands fax Exxon's top brass: Pay for the Exxon Valdez oil spill!
On the eighteenth anniversary of the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill (March 24, 2007), Exxpose Exxon activists mailed 400 letters and sent over 23,000 faxes to Exxon's top brass. Exxon chief Rex Tillerson, VP of Public Affairs Ken Cohen and Exxon's Board Chair Michael Boskin at Stanford Univ. got reminders to pay the punitive damages owed to the victims of the spill.
Exxpose Exxon supported education on 50 campuses during the Campus Climate Challenge Week of Climate Action in January 2007 by providing free copies of the film, Out of Balance: ExxonMobil's Impact on Climate Change for public screenings.
Activists tell Congress to reject Exxon's denial campaign & end Big Oil handouts!
Exxpose Exxon activists sent 53,876 letters to the 110th Congress after the publication ofSmoke, Mirrors and Hot Air: How ExxonMobil Uses Big Tobacco’s Tactics to Manufacture Uncertainty in January 2007. The letters urged members to reject ExxonMobil's denial campaign by redirecting taxpayer handouts away from Big Oil and toward renewable energy, which Congress started to do.
Bush's Energy Sec. pressured to give Exxon's Lee Raymond the boot!
Exxpose Exxon activists sent over 60,000 letters to Bush's Energy Secretary after learning that the Administration selected ExxonMobil's past-CEO, Lee Raymond, to head a study on America's energy future. Activists urged Sec. Bodman to put the study under an independent body not tangled up in Big Oil. (Read Exxpose Exxon's letter.)
Activists spread the word in letters to the editor!
In addition to letters to Sec. Bodman, activists also sent over 800 letters to newspapersnationwide to publicize the Bush Administration’s poor selection of former CEO Lee Raymond to head the national study, to be released in Summer '07. The attention created by activists caused one of the study's new concerns to be, "Some believe [that] conclusions [are] already formed; perception of Exxon-led study."
Congress is told loud and clear to stop lining ExxonMobil's pockets!
Exxpose Exxon activists sent over 120,000 letters to members of Congress in the summer of 2006 urging them to reject any bill that continues to line ExxonMobil’s pockets with more tax breaks and destructive oil drilling give-aways. Those letters helped build the momentum against handouts to Big Oil that played a large role in the public’s decisions seen a few months later at the ballot box.
Senators urge Exxon to give justice to victims of Exxon Valdez oil spill!
Thanks to over 20,000 letters to Senators from Exxpose Exxon activists and thousands of others, 24 U.S. Senators signed a bipartisan letter to ExxonMobil insisting the company pay the court-ordered punitive damages owed to the victims of the Exxon Valdez oil spill.