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- Mike Walls vice president of regulatory and technical affairs for the American Chemical Council
- Bruce Lourie bestselling author, philanthropic executive, environmental entrepreneur, policy expert and non-profit leader.
- Rick Smith author, environmentalist, and Executive Director of Environmental Defense Canada.
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