Organizations Which Promote
Belief in the Myth of Global Warming
These are some of the organizations that are currently partnering with the We Campaign.
Better World Fund
Blue Green Alliance (United Steelworkers & Sierra Club)
The Climate Project
Colorado Wildlife Federation
Conservation Federation of Missouri
Earth Day Network
EarthLab Carbon & Lifestyle Calculator
Environmental Justice and Climate Change Initiative
Evangelical Environmental Network
The Girl Scouts of the USA
Green for All
Green Cross International
National Religious Partnership for Environment
Tennessee Wildlife Federation
US Climate Action Network
The Better World Fund was created in 1998 by entrepreneur and philanthropist Ted Turner. The Better World Fund builds and implements public-private partnerships to address the world's most pressing problems, and works to broaden support for the UN through advocacy and public outreach. It coordinates several domestic advocacy and partnership efforts. Through our campaigns and partnerships, we seek to make it easy for corporations, nongovernmental organizations, and individuals to engage in the work of the United Nations.
The Better World Fund is governed by a small and cohesive Board of Directors who share a commitment to the goals and objectives of the UN Charter and the UN's work on behalf of economic, social, environmental and humanitarian causes.
R. E. Turner, Chairman of the Board (U.S.A.)
Chairman, Turner Enterprises
Timothy E. Wirth (U.S.A.)
President, United Nations Foundation and Better World Fund
Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah (Jordan)
Chair, Jordan River Foundation
Kofi Annan (Ghana)
Former Secretary-General of the United Nations
2001 Nobel Peace Prize Winner
Gro Harlem Brundtland (Norway)
Director-General Emeritus, World Health Organization
Ruth Cardoso (Brazil)
Chair, Comunidade Solidaria
Graça Machel (Mozambique)
Chair, Foundation for Community Development
Yuan Ming (China)
Director, Institute of International Relations, Peking University
N. R. Narayana Murthy (India)
Chairman and Chief Mentor of Infosys Technologies Limited
Hisashi Owada (Japan)
Judge, International Court of Justice
Emma Rothschild, Executive Committee Chair (U. K.)
Director of the Centre for History and Economics - King's College, University of Cambridge
Nafis Sadik (Pakistan)
Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General
Andrew Young (U.S.A.)
Chairman, Good Works International
Muhammad Yunus (Bangladesh)
Founder, Grameen Bank of Bangladesh
Achievements of Dubious Distinction:
Audubon Helps Expand Senate Support for Global Warming Bill.
House Passes Renewable Energy Incentives.
Historic Boost to Auto Mileage Becomes Law.
UN Science Report
The Environmental Energy Platform:
Centennial Audubon Medal Gala
On November 15, 2005, the National Audubon Society presented the Rockefeller Family with the 2005 Audubon Medal, one of conservation's most prestigious awards, during the Centennial Audubon Medal Dinner. During the dinner, Audubon paid tribute to five generations of conservation leadership who have dedicated themselves to protecting the nation's natural heritage - from the California redwoods to the Hudson River.
The Rockefellers are the first family in history to receive the Audubon Medal, which recognizes individual achievement in the field of conservation and environmental protection. Past winners include the Honorable Jimmy Carter, Robert Redford, and Ted Turner.
A to Z in the Aubudon Commitees
VICE CHAIR COMMITTEE And BENEFIT COMMITTEE
LOUISE K. AND OAKES AMES
W. GRAHAM ARADER, III
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD P. BASS
STEPHEN D. BECHTEL, JR.
GAILY AND JOHN BEINECKE
SOFIA AND PETER BLANCHARD
MR. AND MRS. JAMES A. BLOCK
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD P. BROKAW
BARBARA GOULD AND JOHN BYRNE
JUDITH NAIMAN AND DONALD A. CARR
MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL CARR
MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL L. CARSON
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES W. CAULKINS
MR. AND MRS. STEWART B. CLIFFORD
SHARON AND CHRIS DAVIS
MR. AND MRS. J. GORDON DOUGLAS
MARGOT AND JOHN ERNST
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM M. EVARTS
NANCY AND HART FESSENDEN
MRS. CAROLINE FIRESTONE
B. HARRISON FRANKEL
MR. AND MRS. BOB GALLO
ALEXANDRA C. AND ROBERT G. GOELET
SIBYL R. GOLDEN
WILLIAM T. GOLDEN
SARAH MUYSKENS AND MICHAEL GREEN
JANE AND JIM HANES AND DREW HANES
MARJORIE AND GURNEE HART
SHIRLEY AND PAUL HARTMAN
VIVIAN R. JOHNSON
SONIA AND PAUL TUDOR JONES, II
KAREN AND KEVIN KENNEDY FOUNDATION
PATRICIA H. KEESEE
FREDERICK AND SHARON KLINGENSTEIN FUND
JUNE NOBLE LARKIN
JO CAROLE AND RONALD S. LAUDER
LAWRENCE AND DANA LINDEN FAMILY FOUNDATION
AMBASSADOR JOHN L. LOEB, JR.
MICHAEL T. MARTIN
MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. MCGILLICUDDY
WINSOME MCINTOSH AND MICHAEL MCINTOSH, SR.
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM W. MCQUILKIN, JR.
HELLA AND SCOTT MCVAY
RONAY AND RICHARD MENSCHEL
ALLEN J. MODEL
JC MORGAN CHASE
JEANNE H. NEFF/THE SAGE COLLEGES
KATIE AND DONAL O'BRIEN
ABBY AND GEORGE O'NEIL AND THE GREENACRE FOUNDATION
LEE PALMER AND BOB PERCIASEPE
MR. AND MRS. HOWARD PHIPPS, JR.
LIZ AND BART REA
NATHANIEL PRYOR REED, III
HON. AND MRS. WILLIAM K. REILLY
FREDERIC C. RICH
BARBARA AND STEVEN ROCKEFELLER
LARRY ROCKEFELLER/AMERICAN CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION, INC.
TARA AND MICHAEL ROCKEFELLER
CONNIE AND TED ROOSEVELT
BETTY HAMILTON AND GEOFFREY COBB RYAN
ROBERT B. SAILLANT
ANDREW AND NONA SANSOM
SCHUMANN CENTER FOR DEMOCRACY
LLOYD A. SEMPLE
NANCY AND SIMON SIDAMON-ERISTOFF
EMILY MATTHEWS AND ROBERT SOCOLOW
H. PETER STERN
VIRGINIA K. STOWE
TIFFANY & COMPANY
TIME WARNER, INC.
LUCY R. WALETZKY, M.D.
JOHN C. WHITEHEAD
JULIA HARTE WIDDOWSON
TERRY AND JOE WILLIAMS
CHARLOTTE BENSDORP WILSON AND ALAN WILSON
JOHN WINTHROP & CO. INC.
MARINE AND ALEXANDER ZAGOREOS
STEVEN T. ZIMMERMAN
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