Maurice Edwin James “Morey” O’Loughlin

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O’Loughlin (1922-2009) served as a senior vice president and director of Exxon Corporation in the 1980s until his retirement in 1987.  He took an interest in research by Exxon and outside scientists into the “greenhouse effect,” as climate change was then known.

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