Yes, Exxon is one of the world's biggest polluters. It has polluted waterways by its oils spills and hurt wildlife in the process. Due to the damage that it has one the environment,l the company should face more fines and environmental regulation to keep it from damaging the environment any further.
The company has restructured many times, and has also re-branded itself. The company has fueled America since 1870. Since then, the company has been developing quality fuels to keep people moving. The company helps the community in educational programs, and strives for ways to help the environment by developing reliable and affordable energy. In 1989, the Exxon Valdez oil spill caused severe damage to the oceans and wildlife. The area of Prince William Sound in Alaska has slowly recovered. It was the biggest oil spill in America history. Fortunately, there has been no long-term damage in the area. Scientists and Exxon have conducted studies to better understand ways to keep the area thriving, and to help protect the environment. It's about taking responsibility. The company has spent decades trying to make up for the disaster of the 80s. This is not the only company to have suffered this setback. The Florida Gulf disaster by BP Oil will takes years to clean up entirely. Could these disasters have been prevented?
The evidence clearly and unequivocally does not point to Exxon as being the world's biggest polluter. In fact, the earth naturally releases far more pollutants then ask on and many larger companies combined. This is nothing but a financial shakedown. Time for real science to take a look at this and place the blame where it belongs.
There are many, many companies out there polluting the Earth. I don't think Exxon is the biggest polluter of the planet. The biggest polluters, in my opinion, are the companies engaging in nuclear technologies. They produce waste that may take fifty years or more to undo. Because of this, I think they are the worst polluters in the world.