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- John Broder Energy and environment reporter, The New York Times.
- Frank Maisano Specialist in energy policy at Bracewell & Giuliani, a Washington lobbying firm.
- Steve Cochran Director of the Environmental Defense Fund's climate campaign.
- Myron Ebell Director of energy and global warming policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
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