This document is a 1991 article from The Energy Daily by Dennis Wamsted. The article titled, Global Climate Coalition Prepares For The Long Haul, reports the structure, operations, and leadership of the Global Climate Coalition:
“Currently, the coalition has 54 members, 31 so-called board-level members and 23 general members. This membership number is somewhat deceiving, however, since a number of members are associations that, in turn, represent their membership, boosting the effective number of coalition participants into the hundreds.”
“The coalition’s membership also includes a number of major US corporations. Among them are: Amoco Corp., Bethlehem Steel Corp., Carolina Power & Light, Conrail, Dow Chemical Co., Du Pont, Duke Power Co., Eastman Kodak, LTC Steel Co. Inc., Norfolk Southern, Owens-Corning Fiberglass, Texaco Inc., the Southern Company and Union Carbide Corp.”
A series of GCC membership documents from the same era available here.
This document is part of the private collection of Nicky Sundt, a Washington-based climate change science, policy and communications expert.
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