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Energy Future Coalition

ORGANIZATION

"The Energy Future Coalition is a broad-based, nonpartisan alliance that seeks to bridge the differences among business, labor, and environmental groups and identify energy policy options with broad political support. The coalition aims to bring about changes in US energy policy to address the economic, security and environmental challenges related to the production and use of fossil fuels with a compelling new vision of the economic opportunities that will be created by the transition to a new energy economy."

Official Website:
http://www.energyfuturecoalition.org/

Location:
Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Branson
Business
18-Jul-1950   Founder of Virgin chain
Charles B. Curtis
Activist
27-Apr-1940   Nuclear Threat Initiative
Tom Daschle
Politician
9-Dec-1947   US Senator from South Dakota, 1987-2005
Roxanne J. Decyk
Business
c. 1951   Executive at Shell Oil
Vic Fazio
Politician
11-Oct-1942   Congressman from California, 1979-99
C. Boyden Gray
Government
6-Feb-1943   Conservative activist, lobbyist
James Greenwood
Politician
4-May-1951   Congressman from Pennsylvania, 1993-2005
Chansoo Joung
Business
c. 1960   Managing Director at Warburg Pincus
Vinod Khosla
Business
28-Jan-1955   Venture capitalist
John Podesta
Government
c. 1949   Ex-Clinton Deputy Chief of Staff
Steve Symms
Politician
23-Apr-1938   US Senator from Idaho, 1981-93
Ted Turner
Business
19-Nov-1938   Founder of Cable News Network
Timothy E. Wirth
Politician
22-Sep-1939   US Senator from Colorado, 1987-93
James Woolsey
Government
21-Sep-1941   CIA Director, 1993-95


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