When you hear a new study or report on anything do you believe it? We don’t, not without checking opposing views. We also want to know who paid for the study, but that information is often hidden. Does that inspire trust? We’re wondering who paid for the Yale University report that suggested we should call “natural gas” methane. We don’t know. Because of the intentionally complex way money is moved around within environmentally-focused non-profits, it seems unlikely Yale even knows. Are you good with that?

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  • Mark Mathis

    Mark Mathis is author and documentary filmmaker as well as president of the Clear Energy Alliance, a company devoted to curing energy blindness.