Should PR firms work with Big Oil?

The debate centers on whether agencies can achieve more by helping legacy climate polluters transform their companies than by refusing to take their business.

by Steve Barrett
BP's floating oil and gas production unit Argos arrives in Texas to be the centerpiece of the $9 billion Mad Dog 2 project. (Credit: BP)
BP's floating oil and gas production unit Argos arrives in Texas to be the centerpiece of the $9 billion Mad Dog 2 project. (Credit: BP)

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