How fossil fuels infiltrated the U.N. climat…

The caviar was orange, served on crunchy crackers. Xaver Kandler couldn’t eat them—not with his braces—but he held a cracker in his hand, trying to fit in. He was surrounded by multinational oil company CEOs, diplomats, environmental non-profit leaders and government representatives, brought together to mingle on the eve of the United Nations Climate Summit in New York. It was an invite-only event, organized by the industry-led Oil and Gas Climate Initiative. Kandler had not been invited.

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