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Website: http://www.reason.org
3415 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Suite 400.
Los Angeles, CA
Phone: 310-391-2245
Fax: 310-391-4395

The Reason Foundation, made up by the Reason Public Policy Institute and Reason Magazine, describes itself as "a leading voice for individual liberty, economic freedom, and dynamic market-based public policies." Reason Foundation's mission "upholds the classical liberal approach to seeking truth via rational discourse, free inquiry, and the scientific Stafford DUI lawyer method. We support the rule of law, private property, and limited government. We promote voluntarism and individual responsibility in social and economic interactions, relying on choice and MFA Degreeseo servicesforexseo vietnamiwin online bigonetai iwin tai iwin tai game iwin bigone tai game big one tai bigone tai bigone tai bigone competition to achieve the best outcomes." </p> <p> Reason has an associated environment website (www.newenvironmentalism.org) which promotes conservative environmental policies. The page links to articles on websites for organizations such as CEI, the Heartland Institute and Tech Central Station. It also has a Funny Quotes online section praising the environmental stewardship of corporations such as ExxonMobil. Reason's Magazine also badmouths the environmental movement and promotes the interests of Reason's corporate contributers. Several authors of Reason's "Roadmap to Reform" were appointed by CA Gov. Schwarzenegger to his budget working group and transition team. Reason's second President, Lynn Scarlett, is now Assistant Secretary for Policy and Management at the US Department of the Interior under Secretary Gale Norton. Reason Foundation is also a member of headset headsets the State Policy Network. According to the 1999 Reason Foundation Annual Report, top funders include: C. Boyden Gray and David Koch (each individually contributed $25,000 or more in 1999), the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, the JM Foundation, Charles G. Koch Foundation, Lilly Endowmet, Scaife Family Foundation, Sarah Scaife Foundation, Smith Richardson Foundation, and the Sunmark Foundation. Corporate Donors in 1999 included: American Farm Bureau Federation, American Forest and Paper Association, American Petroleum Institute, American Plastics Council, ARCO Foundation, BP Amoco, CA Building Industry Association, Chemical Manufacturers Association, Chevron Corporation, Chlorine Chemistry Council, Clorox, Coca-Cola, American and Continental Airlines, Daimler Chrysler Corp, Dow Chemical, Eastman Chemical, Edison Electric Institute, ENRON, Exxon Mobil, FMC Corporation, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Kimberly-Clark, Koch Industries, Koch Materials, Eli Lilly, Microsoft, National Air Transportation Association, National Beer Wholesalers, National Soft Drink Association, Pfizer, Inc, Philip Morris, Procter and Gamble, Shell Oil, Sun America, Union Carbide Corporation, United Airlines, Western States Petroleum, Watson Land Company, Whole Foods Market, Winston and Strawn. </p>

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February 24th, 2004

"What we can say is that climate change has been a natural phenomena throughout the course of time. What impact do man's activities have on the Earth's natural climate cycles? That is still open to debate. Some would say none at all while others will say that it is dramatic."
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June 7th, 2002

Chief Scientist and Environmental Program Director Kenneth Green signed a letter to President Bush, asking him to withdraw the "Climate Action Report 2002" and demand that it be rewritten based on "sound science." The letter also recommends that Bush "dismiss or behavioral targeting re-assign all administration employees who are not pursuing your agenda, just as you have done in several similar instances."
Source:Joint Letter To President Bush On The EPA's Climate Action Report 6/7/02


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Funding

Total funding to Reason Foundation from Exxon corporations since 1998: $US 381,000

1998
$72,000 ExxonMobil Corporate Giving
Source:ExxonMobil 1998 grants list


2000
$204,000 ExxonMobil Foundation60K general support, 25K project support, 29K for Air Quality in Texas
Source:ExxonMobil Foundation 2000 IRS 990


2001
$25,000 ExxonMobil Foundation
Source:ExxonMobil 2001 Annual Report


2002
$50,000 ExxonMobil Foundation
Source:ExxonMobil 2002 Annual Report


2003
$10,000 ExxonMobil Foundation
Source:ExxonMobil 2003 Corporate Giving Report


2005
$20,000 ExxonMobil Foundation
Source:ExxonMobil 2005 DIMENSIONS Report (Corporate Giving)


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Source: Greenpeace Guide

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