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Based in Washington, D.C., the Coalition “is an organization of trade associations established in 1989 to coordinate business participation in the international policy debate on the issue of global climate change.” (; accessed 10/11/01)

“Exxon is also a major force behind the Global Climate Coalition, a business lobby that opposed [the] Kyoto [Climate Change Treaty].” (Milwaukee Global Sentinel, 6/2/01)

“Currently, GCC members collectively represent more than 6 million businesses, companies and corporations in virtually every sector of U.S. business, agriculture, and forestry, including electric utilities, railroads, transportation, manufacturing, small businesses, mining, oil, and coal.” (; accessed 6/27/01)

“Its members have included American Automobile Manufacturers Association, Amoco, the American Forest & Paper Association, American Petroleum Institute, Chevron, Chrysler, Dow Chemical, Exxon, Ford, General Motors, Mobil, Shell, Texaco, Union Carbide, and more than 40 other corporations and trade associations.” (Stauber, John and Sheldon Rampton. Trust Us, We’re Experts. New York: Penguin Putnam, 2001)

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