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Interview: Green Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Stacie Shepp

Stacie Shepp, the Green Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, and I got connected recently as mutual sponsors of 350.org’s The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Doesn’t Speak for Me campaign. I’m a big fan of the Green Chamber of Commerce’s mission and work and took the opportunity to interview Stacie. Here’s the interview (drop any more questions you may have in the comments below and I’m sure Stacie will respond)…

Oil Companies & U.S. Chamber of Commerce — One & the Same?

Continuing on with our series on 350.org’s The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Doesn’t Speak for Me campaign, let’s take a quick look at some ties between the Chamber and the oil industry.

As you may have heard, and 350.org recently noted, large oil companies are having a ball, raking in billions and billions of dollars in profit (that’s right, not revenue but profit) while the U.S. economy suffers:

“Exxon Mobil nabbed $10.7bn; Shell pulled in $6.9bn; Chevron, $4.5bn; and last but not least, BP, after accounting for oil spill losses still made out with $7.1bn.”

"U.S. Chamber of Commerce Doesn't Speak for Me" Campaign Growing Fast

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Doesn’t Speak for Me campaign was launched just a few weeks ago. But it has struck a nerve with numerous people and business owners around the nation and has been growing fast. (Plus, it’s connected to a pretty major, highly-supported organization, 350.org.)

Money Pollution: How the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Tries to Screw the U.S.

Following up on my post yesterday on 350.org’s the “U.S. Chamber of Commerce doesn’t speak for me” campaign, Bill McKibben had an excellent post recently that I’ve been wanting to cover.

McKibben tears into the horrendous lobbying record of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which extends much further back than many might realize.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Doesn't Speak for Me — How About You?

Iโ€™ve been saving stories on 350.orgโ€™s โ€œThe U.S. Chamber of Commerce Doesnโ€™t Speak for Meโ€ campaign in my โ€œmost important things to get toโ€ box for awhile now — (yes, Iโ€™ve got quite a few things in there).

Anyway, we recently partnered with 350.org to get the word out more on this campaign โ€“ so, it seems like a perfect time to share my thoughts on it with you all (as well as a number of great comments from the 350.org crew and others).