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Revelation of Shell's 1991 film "Climate of Concern" prompts criticisms about company's steps to block climate action despite knowledge of its consequences

The Correspondent, a Dutch online journalism platform, along  with the Guardian has shared a1991 film by Shell entitled “Climate  of Concern” which issues a serious warning on climate change. “Climate, says the film [is now changing] at a rate faster than at any time since the end of the ice age – changing too fast perhaps for life to adapt, without severe dislocation”. The revelation of the film has prompted criticisms from NGOs about Shell's steps to block climate action despite its knowledge of its consequences.

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