The Power of Big Oil Part One: Denial (full documentary) | FRONTLINE
Watch part one of “The Power of Big Oil,” a three-episode FRONTLINE docuseries investigating the fossil fuel industry’s history of casting doubt and delaying action on climate change.
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Go inside the decades-long failure to confront the threat and increasing impacts of climate change in “The Power of Big Oil.” This deeply researched docuseries reveals what scientists, corporations and politicians have known about human-caused climate change for decades, and the missed opportunities to mitigate the problem.
Parts two and three of “The Power of Big Oil” premiere April 26 and May 3 on PBS and online: https://to.pbs.org/3rByEEe
“The Power of Big Oil” is a FRONTLINE Production with Mongoose Pictures in association with BBC and Arte. The series producer is Dan Edge. The producer and director of episode 1, “Denial,” is Jane McMullen. The editorial consultant is Russell Gold. The senior producers are James Jacoby and Eamonn Matthews. The executive producer for FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.
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Prologue – 00:00
Exxon’s Early Research – 1:51
What the Fossil Fuel Industry Knew – 11:42
The Politics of Climate Change – 18:37
Koch & the Lobbyists – 29:29
Spreading Climate Change Uncertainty – 39:16
The 1996 IPCC Report & Pushback – 47:48
The Kyoto Protocol in the U.S. – 1:00:19
“Code Red for Humanity” – 1:17:22