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In August 1989 the Institute of Resource Management, founded by actor Robert Redford in 1981, hosted the Sundance [Utah] Symposium on Global Climate Change in cooperation with the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. Attending were prominent Soviet and American scientists as well as environmentalists, policy makers (including four U.S. Senators), artists and communicators. The group called for the United States and the Soviet Union to form an "environmental security alliance" to reverse global warming. (See also New York Times, p. 28, Aug. 27, 1989; Wind Energy Weekly, Aug. 29, p. 2.)

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