Exxon Researched Climate Change in 1977

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PBS Frontline

A short FRONTLINE film about Exxon's early research into climate change produced in collaboration with InsideClimate News.

SDPB's Stephanie Rissler will discuss climate change this week on South Dakota Focus. State Climatologist Dr. Dennis Todey, Mark T. Anderson with the United State Geological Survey, and more will discuss the status of climate change today, and what it could mean for the future.

South Dakota Focus will air on SDPB TV-1 on Thursday at 8 pm CT. For more information, click here.

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