Exxon's climate plan doesn't actually commit to reducing emissions
Its tricky language is just cover for the fossil fuel giant's real plan to increase oil and gas production.
Forty-three years after it first became aware of human-caused climate change, fossil fuel giant ExxonMobil on Monday released a new pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Sort of. Kind of. Well, not really.
Exxon, the 11th-biggest climate-polluting U.S. company, announced on Monday that it’s going to reduce the emissions intensity of its oil producti…