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- Margaret Kriz Hobson Energy and environment correspondent, National Journal
- David Doniger Policy director of the climate center at the Natural Resources Defense Council
- Roger Martella Attorney in private practice, former general counsel for EPA during the Bush administration
- Bill Kovacs Vice president for environmental policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
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