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Index of Non-Profit Organizations Receiving Corporate Funding

According to its website, “RFF is a nonprofit and nonpartisan think tank located in Washington, DC that conducts independent research — rooted primarily in economics and other social sciences — on environmental and natural resource issues.” (; accessed 8/6/03)

“RFF received $1,622,350 in 2001 and $1,859,985 in 2002 from corporate sponsors. Corporations that contribute a minimum of $25,000 annually...are recognized as members of the RFF Council.”

RFF Council Members for 2002 ($25,000+):

  • Braden R. Allenby, Vice President, Environment, Health, and Safety, AT&T Corp.
  • Patrick R. Atkins, Director, Environmental Affairs, Aluminum Company of America
  • George D. Carpenter, Director, Corporate Sustainable Development, Procter & Gamble
  • W.A. Collins, Director, Health, Environment, and Safety, Occidental Petroleum
  • Ged. R. Davis, Vice President, Global Business Environment, Shell International Limited
  • Robert S. Fleishman, Vice President, Legislative and Regulatory Policy, Constellation Energy Group, Inc.
  • Dod A. Fraser, Sackett Partners Inc.
  • William Frick, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, American Petroleum Institute
  • Darius W. Gaskins, Jr., Senior Partner, High Street Associates, Inc.
  • Georgia Pacific Corporation
  • Charles H. Goodman, Senior Vice President, Research and Environmental Affairs, Southern Company
  • James R. Hendricks, Vice President, Environment, Health, and Safety, Duke Energy Corp.
  • Dale E. Heydlauff, Senior Vice President, Environmental Affairs, American Electric Power Company, Inc.
  • Jane M. Hutterly, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Corporate Affairs, S.C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
  • Thomas C. Jorling, Vice President, Environmental Affairs, International Paper Company
  • Steven L. Kline, Vice President, Federal Governmental and Regulatory Affairs, PG&E Corporation
  • Thomas J. Klutznick, President, Thomas J. Klutznick Company
  • Lawrence U. Luchini, Partner and Portfolio Manager, ITS Investments LLC
  • Paul G. McNulty, Director, Environmental Affairs, Americas, Altria Corporate Services, Inc.
  • Jan W. Mares, The EOP Group, Inc.
  • James R. Olson, Senior Vice President, Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
  • Cassie L. Phillips, Vice President, Sustainable Forestry, Weyerhaeuser Company-Timberlands
  • James W. Ragland, Director, Economic Research Group, Aramco Services Company
  • Stephen D. Ramsey, Vice President, Corporate Environmental Programs, General Electric Company
  • David Raney, Senior Manager Environmental and Energy Affairs, American Honda Motor Company, Inc.
  • R.A. Ridgem Vice President, Health, Safety, and the Environment, ConocoPhillips
  • Bernard I. Robertson, Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, DaimlerChrysler Corp.
  • Chauncey Starr, President Emeritus, Electric Power Research Institute
  • Edward L. Strohbehn Jr., Attorney-at-Law, McCutchenm Doyle, Brown, & Enersen
  • William F. Tyndall, Vice President, Environmental Service and Federal Affairs, Cinergy Corp.
  • Thomas F. Walton, Director, Economic Policy, General Motors Corp.
  • Lawrence J. Washington Jr., Corporate Vice President, Environment, Health, Safety, Human Resources, and Public Affairs, The Dow Chemical Company
  • Warner Williams, Vice President, Health, Environment and Safety, ChevronTexaco Corp.
  • Martin B. Zimmerman, Group Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Ford Motor Company

Corporate Donors Under $25,000 include:

  • Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
  • American Chemistry Council
  • American Forest & Paper Association
  • Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc.
  • Ashland Inc.
  • The Cargill Foundation
  • CF Industries. Inc.
  • CSX Corporation
  • E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company
  • Eastman Chemical Company
  • Eastman Kodak Company
  • Hamilton & Hamilton
  • MeadWestvaco
  • NiSource, Inc.
  • Novartis Corporation
  • Potomac Electric Power Company
  • TXU Corp.
  • Uniroyal Chemical Company, Inc.
  • Unocal Corporation
  • Wisconsin Energy Corporation

(Resources for the Future 2002 Annual Report, on file at CSPI)

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