I am always grateful and excited when professors assign The Moral Case so I agreed, asking students to bring their toughest questions. The result is a wide-ranging discussion that I think you’ll find interesting. If you do, please share it with others.
The Ultimate Company Christmas Present
If you are an executive at an energy company, I encourage you to consider giving a copy of The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels to every employee along with a note of why you think its message is important. Last year several CEOs, including Lee Boothby of Newfield and Rick Muncrief of WPX, did just this.
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Here’s an email I got from an employee who got the book on his own. Imagine what would have happened if everyone at his company got one.
“I currently work for an oil and gas company in Oklahoma City and I noticed that there is a huge disconnect with the younger (my) generation and the oil/gas industry. Given the current environment I was wondering if I was in the right industry–not only were we “evil”, but I could easily be losing my job.
I’ve always been able to put together that fossil fuels were at least a necessary evil, but most likely net positive if you included the economic benefits–however, your book definitely turned me from a supporter to a champion. I’ve consistently said that the energy industry has a huge PR problem and I think this is how we fix it. I really appreciate your work, it has given me some significant insight and I hope to at least make more people aware of the benefits regarding fossil fuels.”
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It is with a heavy heart and a tremendous sense of frustration I write this letter. Due to the unfortunate announcement the UO Foundation has made regarding its intent to divest from all fossil fuel related investments, I am officially resigning from the PPPM Advisory Committee and the A&AA Dean’s Advisory Board. I am also discontinuing my charitable giving to the University. Read the rest of Gregory R. Pulliam’s resignation notice here.