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USCAP_MembershipChanges021610 by enviroknow

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									For Immediate Release                                                   Contact:             Tad Segal (202) 507-4840
February 16, 2010                                                                            tsegal@outreachstrategies.com


                     USCAP Announces Membership Changes
Washington, D.C. (February 16, 2010) – The U.S. Climate Action Partnership
announced today that BP, Caterpillar and ConocoPhillips have decided not to renew
their memberships in the coalition. All three companies have provided invaluable
assistance, expertise and significant commitments of time and resources in USCAP’s
efforts to advance comprehensive climate and energy legislation.

We believe that U.S. action on energy and climate legislation in 2010 will preserve and
create American jobs, secure our energy future and generate new investment in the
global clean energy economy.

USCAP is a CEO-led organization whose membership changes periodically. In fact,
over the past seven months, USCAP has added three new corporate members
including AES, Alstom and Honeywell. We expect to add additional new members in
the coming months.

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United States Climate Action Partnership (USCAP) is a group of businesses and leading environmental organizations that have
come together to call on the federal government to quickly enact strong national legislation to require significant reductions of
greenhouse gas emissions.

USCAP Members:
                                AES  Alcoa  Alstom  Boston Scientific  Chrysler 
                     Dow  Duke Energy  DuPont  Environmental Defense Fund  Exelon  Ford 
      FPL Group  GE  GM  Honeywell  John Deere  Johnson & Johnson  Natural Resources Defense Council 
  The Nature Conservancy  NRG Energy  PepsiCo  Pew Center on Global Climate Change  PG&E  PNM Resources 
                              Rio Tinto  Shell  Siemens  World Resources Institute 

								
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