Outline of Possible Interpretative Release by States' Attorneys General Under The Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (Draft by Bevis Longstreth)
"The approach that institutional investors should take towards investing in the fossil fuel industry and in industries affected by climate change is a question of pressing concern...There is a need for interpretative guidance for fiduciaries subject to the Act as to how the duty of prudence should be exercised with respect to the rapidly growing climate change risks to the coal, oil, gas and other fossil fuel industries as well as to industries significantly dependent on such sources of energy."
The 2009 personal recollections of Arnold Miller on his review of Arie Haagen-Smit's research.
A 1985 paper by Jeanne Logsdon on how the oil industry is responding to air pollution issues.
A 1954 paper by Smoke and Fumes Executive Secretary Vance N. Jenkins on the industry's air pollution research.
A speech given by Smokes and Fumes secretary Vance Jenkins at the API annual meeting in 1952.
Speech by Smoke and Fumes Committee Chairman W.L. Stewart at the API annual meeting in 1951.
A Stanford Research Institute booklet on air pollution research from Jan. 1951 through June 1952.
Speech by Caltech chemist Arnold Beckman, as read by Zus Haagen-Smit in her oral history.
An article by Arie Jan Haagen-Smit, published in December 1950, concerning the possible causes of smog in Los Angeles.
Speech by Louis McCabe, the first director of the Los Angeles Air Pollution Control District, at the First National Air Pollution Symposium in Pasadena, CA in November 1949.