USCAPUnited States and Canadian Academy of Pathology
USCAPUnited States Climate Action Partnership
USCAPUniversity of Sydney Central Asian Programme (est. 1992; Sydney, Australia)
USCAPUnited States Commercial Aviation Partnership
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14, 2015) (declaring USCAP's "pledge to work with the President, the Congress, and all other stakeholders to enact an environmentally effective, economically sustainable, and fair climate change program"); see also Eric Pooley, The Climate War: The Believers, Power Brokers, and the Fight to Save the Earth 142,170 (2010) (quoting Duke Energy executive Jim Rogers, a member of USCAP, responding to criticism of his participation by coal mining executive Robert Murray of Murray Energy: "Legislation is coming.
USCAP (undated), About our members, viewed 25 September 2010 <>.
"The departure of a number of Fortune 500 companies from USCAP dealt a real blow to proponents of cap and trade in that it is difficult for them to hide behind corporate America in the form of USCAP, which was a pretty diverse group," says James Barnette, a partner at Steptoe & Johnson.
BP and ConocoPhillips said they remain supportive of emissions-capping legislation but want to pursue their interests outside USCAP. Experts say the move weakens the push for a climate bill in Washington.
The most impressive hearing in recent months on this issue was in our Committee in January, when the US Climate Action Partnership (USCAP) testified.
The industrial players in USCAP wanted "some certainty as they start to make investments," Waxman says.
The United States Climate Action Partnership (USCAP) is a coalition of big-name corporations and environmental organizations, including the Nature Conservancy, the Natural Resources Defense Council, General Electric, General Motors and many more.
Climate Action Partnership (USCAP), a group of business and environmental organizations calling for mandatory legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Climate Action Partnership (USCAP), a group of large companies (and environmental organizations) recommends that a "significant portion of allowances should be initially distributed free to capped entities and to economic sectors particularly disadvantaged by the secondary price effects of a cap....
So hand-in-hand, the USCAP Baptist and bootleggers trooped up to Capitol Hill in February 2007 calling on lawmakers to enact "a robust cap-and-trade program." Such a program would aim "to slow, stop and reverse the growth of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions over the shortest period of time reasonably achievable." And it looks like the coalition of climate prophets and profiteers are going to get their wish, perhaps even before the 2008 presidential elections.
The general public may be surprised to know that the environment, and how best to protect it, is actually part of any discussion at a power company, but PNM also went further by joining the United States Climate Action Partnership (USCAP)--a national organization of larger companies to lobby Congress for good, reasonable climate change regulation.