Because of the US Chamber of Commerce's intractable record on climate change, PNM, New Mexico's largest electricity provider, a company which serves nearly a half-million customers, is ending its membership with the Chamber.
Following PG&E;'s fine example, linked below, they have found more appropriate organizations on which to spend membership dollars.
Green, Inc. covered the story, including a key quote for perspective.
Don Brown, a PNM representative, said in a statement that PNM would not renew its membership in the Chamber when it expires at the end of this year. PNM, he said, views climate change as "the most pressing environmental and economic issue of our time."Apparently, the Chamber has found something more pressing.Additional posts on the US Chamber of Commerce
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