KEY:      = has testified before a state or federal legislative committee.
                 = link to an expert's curriculum vitae, resume, or biography.

Number of results: 106

Jonathan H. Adler
Professor, School of Law, and Director, Center for Business Law and Regulation
Case Western Reserve University
11075 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106-7148
United States

Phone: 216-368-2535
Fax: 216-368-2086
E-mail: jha5@case.edu
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Fossil fuels
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Constitutional law
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Regulatory budgeting
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Regulatory reform
  • Property rights
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Other energy options
  • -- Governing (in general)
David W. Almasi
Executive Director, Project 21
National Center for Public Policy Research
501 Capitol Court, NE, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-543-4110
Fax: 202-543-5975
E-mail: project21@nationalcenter.org
Web site: www.nationalcenter.org
Issues
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Regulatory reform
  • Property rights
  • Media and popular culture
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Judiciary
Bruce N. Ames
Senior Scientist
Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute
5700 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Oakland, CA 94609-1673
United States

Phone: 510-450-7625
Fax: 510-597-7128
E-mail: bames@chori.org
Web site: www.bruceames.org
Issues
  • Government health programs
  • Aging/long-term care
  • Africa
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Agriculture
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Poverty and dependency
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Middle East
Dennis T. Avery
Director, Center for Global Food Issues
Hudson Institute
1201 Pennsylvania Ave NW #400
Wahington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 540-337-6354
Fax: 540-337-8593
Web site: www.cgfi.org
Issues
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Natural resources
  • Property rights
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
Iwan Azis
Professor
Cornell University
7 Lowell Place
Ithaca, NY 14850
United States

Phone: 607-257-8341
Fax: 607-255-6681
E-mail: ija1@cornell.edu
Web site: www.iwanazis.net
Issues
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • China
  • Economic theory
  • Economic forecasting
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • The Economy
  • Trade
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • Comparative economics
  • Government debt
  • Southeast Asia
  • -- National security (in general)
  • State and local government
Ron Bailey
Science Correspondent, Reason Magazine
Reason Foundation
517 Second Street, NE
Charlottesville, VA 22902
United States

Phone: 202-256-6197
E-mail: rbailey21@aol.com
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Health care reform
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • -- Energy (in general)
Daren Bakst
Research Fellow in Agricultural Policy
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
Fax: 919-821-5117
E-mail: daren.bakst@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • Fossil fuels
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Constitutional law
  • Environmental regulation
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
  • Regulatory reform
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Other energy options
  • State and local government
Robert C. Balling
Professor, Department of Geography
Arizona State University
975 S. Myrtle Ave
COOR 5564
Tempe, AZ 85287
United States

Phone: 480-965-3560
Fax: 480-965-8313
E-mail: robert.balling@asu.edu
Web site: geography.asu.edu
Issues
  • Climate change
Joseph L. Bast
President
The Heartland Institute
3939 North Wilke Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
United States

Phone: 312-377-4000
Fax: 312-377-5000
E-mail: jbast@heartland.org
Web site: www.heartland.org
Issues
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Roger Bate
Resident Fellow
American Enterprise Institute
1150 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-828-6029
Fax: 202-862-7177
E-mail: rbate@aei.org
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Risk assessment
  • United Nations
  • Property rights
  • Africa
  • Water/water pollution
William W. Beach
Vice President for Policy Research
The Mercatus Center
113 E. Glendale Ave.
4th Floor
Alexandria, VA 22301
United States

Phone: 703-993-4930
E-mail: wbeach@mercatus.org
Web site: mercatuscenter.org
Issues
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Economic theory
  • Money and financial services
  • Economic forecasting
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • Agriculture
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Trade
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • Immigration
  • Federal budget
  • Entitlement spending
  • Social Security and retirement
William G. Becker III
President of the Board of Advisors
The Maine Heritage Policy Center
PO Box 7829
Portland, ME 04112
United States

Phone: 207-321-2550
Fax: 207-773-4385
E-mail: wbecker@mainepolicy.org
Web site: www.mainepolicy.org
Issues
  • Medicaid
  • Health care reform
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • -- Information technology (in general)
  • Higher education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government waste
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • Term limits
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • Initiative and referendum
E. Calvin Beisner
National Spokesman
Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation
9302-C Old Keene Mill Road
Burke, VA 22015
United States

Phone: 703-569-3400
Fax: 703-569-3448
E-mail: ebeisner@aol.com
Web site: www.cornwallalliance.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Conservative thought
  • Economic theory
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Poverty and dependency
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
Donald R. Booth
Professor of Economics, School of Business and Economics
Chapman University
18551 Via Bravo
Villa Park, CA 92861-2764
United States

Fax: 714-532-6081
E-mail: booth@chapman.edu
Issues
  • Trade
  • Climate change
  • China
  • Economic theory
  • The Economy
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Sandy Liddy Bourne
Policy Advisor
Heartland Institute
3939 N Wilke Rd
Arlington Heights, IL 60606
United States

Phone: 703-527-3585
E-mail: sandy@energyfreedomcenter.org
Issues
  • Ethics
  • Fossil fuels
  • Aging/long-term care
  • Conservative thought
  • Infrastructure
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Climate change
  • Regulatory reform
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Federalism
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • State and local government
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • -- Governing (in general)
Robert L. Bradley Jr.
Chairman
Institute for Energy Research
1415 South Voss Road, Suite 110-287
Houston, TX 77057
United States

Phone: 713-974-1918
Fax: 713-974-1993
E-mail: iertx@swbell.net
Web site: www.instituteforenergyresearch.org
Issues
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
H. Sterling Burnett
Managing Editor
The Heartland Institute
3939 North Wilke Rd.
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
United States

Phone: 312-377-4000
E-mail: hsburnett@heartland.org
Web site: www.heartland.org
Issues
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Property rights
  • Other energy options
  • Nuclear energy
John K. Carlisle
Director of Policy
National Legal and Policy Center
107 Park Washington Court
Falls Church, VA 22046
United States

Phone: 703-237-1970
Fax: 703-237-2090
E-mail: jcarlisle@nlpc.org
Web site: www.nlpc.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Health care reform
  • Federal education policy
  • Property rights
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Environmental regulation
Paul Chesser
Associate Fellow
National Legal & Policy Center
107 Park Washington Court
Falls Church, VA 22046
United States

Phone: (703) 237-1970
E-mail: pc@climatestrategieswatch.com
Web site: www.nlpc.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Government waste
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Media and popular culture
  • Religion and public life
  • -- Family (in general)
Kenneth W. Chilton Ph.D.
Director, Institute for Study of Economics and the Environment
Lindenwood University
209 South Kingshighway
St. Charles, MO 63301-1695
United States

Phone: 636-949-4742
Fax: 636-949-4834
E-mail: kchilton@lindenwood.edu
Web site: www.lindenwood.edu/academics/isee.asp
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
Roy E. Cordato
Vice President for Research
John Locke Foundation
200 West Morgan Street, Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27601
United States

Phone: 919-828-3876
Fax: 919-821-5117
E-mail: rcordato@johnlocke.org
Web site: www.johnlocke.org
Issues
  • Economic education
  • Economic theory
  • The Economy
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • Comparative economics
  • Property rights
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Wendell Cox
Principal
Wendell Cox Consultancy
PO Box 841
Belleville, IL 62222
United States

Phone: 618-632-8507
E-mail: demographia@gmail.com
Web site: www.demographia.com
Issues
  • Transportation
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Infrastructure
Shikha Dalmia
Senior Analyst
Reason Foundation
3415 South Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90034
United States

Phone: 248-661-5768
Fax: 310-391-4395
E-mail: shikha.dalmia@reason.org
Web site: www.reason.org
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Natural resources
  • Environmental regulation
Michael De Alessi
Director of Natural Resources Policy
Reason Foundation
3415 South Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 400
Los Angeles, CA 90034
United States

Phone: 310-391-2245
Fax: 310-391-4395
E-mail: michael.dealessi@reason.org
Issues
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Infrastructure
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Risk assessment
  • Property rights
  • Regulatory reform
Thomas DeWeese
President
American Policy Center
PO Box 3598
Warrenton, VA 20188
United States

E-mail: apcmail@americanpolicy.org
Web site: www.americanpolicy.org
Issues
  • Privacy
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Immigration
  • United Nations
  • Property rights
  • International organizations
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
Paul K. Driessen
Senior Fellow
Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow and Congress of Racial Equality
8760 Copeland Pond Court
Fairfax, VA 22031-2739
United States

Phone: 703-698-6171
Fax: 703-698-6172
E-mail: pdriessen@cox.net
Web site: www.eco-imperialism.com
Issues
  • Ethics
  • Human Rights
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Natural resources
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Africa
  • Land use/land degradation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Risk assessment
  • Non-governmental organizations
  • Other energy options
Paula Pence Easley
Senior Policy Analyst
Resource Development Council for Alaska
2134 Crataegus Avenue, Suite 400
Anchorage, AK 99508
United States

Phone: 907-274-6800
E-mail: peasley@gci.net
Issues
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • The Economy
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Federalism
Myron Ebell
Director, Center for Energy and the Environment
Competitive Enterprise Institute
1310 L Street NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-331-2256
E-mail: mebell@cei.org
Web site: http://cei.org/
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Congress
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Conservative thought
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Trade
  • Climate change
  • Property rights
  • Federalism
  • Non-governmental organizations
  • Other energy options
  • -- Political thought (in general)
Ben Ellis
Consultant
509 W. Third Ave.
Suite 107
Anchorage, AK 99501
United States

E-mail: benellisco@aol.com
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Fossil fuels
  • Missile defense
  • Natural resources
  • Canada
  • Infrastructure
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Transportation
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • Other energy options
  • Korea
  • Japan
Jon Entine
Columnist, Ethical Corporation Magazine, Visiting Fellow American Enterprise Institute, CEO of ESG Metrics
American Enterprise Institute
6255 South Clippinger Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45243
United States

Phone: 513-319-8388
E-mail: jon@jonentine.com
Web site: www.jonentine.com
Issues
  • Ethics
  • Bioethics
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Risk assessment
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Media and popular culture
  • Other energy options
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Nuclear energy
  • Religion and public life
Fred E. Foldvary
Professor, Department of Economics
San Jose State University
1 Washington Square, #114
San Jose, CA 95192
United States

Phone: 510-590-2469
E-mail: fred.foldvary@sjsu.edu
Web site: www.foldvary.net
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Ethics
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Economic theory
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Comparative economics
  • Electoral reform/voting rights
  • Social Security and retirement
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Michael R. Fox Ph.D.
Science Advisor
Grassroot Institute, Evergreen Freedom Foundation, and Hawaii Reporter
348 Broadmoor Street
Richland, WA 99352
United States

Phone: 509-531-7709
E-mail: mike@foxreport.org
Web site: www.foxreport.org
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Government waste
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Other energy options
  • Waste/waste management
  • Nuclear energy
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
Dan Gainor
Vice President, Business & Media Institute and the Culture and Media Institute
Media Research Center
1900 Campus Commons Dr., Suite 600
Reston, VA 20191
United States

Phone: 571-267-3500
Fax: 703-683-9736
E-mail: dgainor@mediaresearch.org
Web site: www.businessandmedia.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Health care reform
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • Economic education
  • Economic forecasting
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Media and popular culture
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
Dana Joel Gattuso
Senior Fellow
National Center for Public Policy Research
8256 Colling Ridge Court
Alexandria, VA 22308
United States

Phone: 703-768-7376
Fax: 703-768-7376
E-mail: djgattuso@cox.net
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Natural resources
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
Pete Geddes
Executive Vice President
Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment
662 Ferguson Road
Bozeman, MT 59718
United States

Phone: 406-585-1776
Fax: 406-585-3000
E-mail: pgeddes@free-eco.org
Web site: www.free-eco.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Natural resources
  • Property rights
  • Other energy options
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Nuclear energy
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
Nicole Gelinas
Contributing Editor, City Journal
Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
52 Vanderbilt Avenue
New York, NY 10017
United States

Phone: 212-599-7000
Fax: 212-599-3494
E-mail: ngelinas@manhattan-institute.org
Web site: www.manhattan-institute.org
Issues
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Risk assessment
  • Money and financial services
  • Property rights
  • Infrastructure
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • Police, crime, and crime statistics
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Unfunded mandates
Jack Goldstone Ph.D.
Senior Fellow
Mercatus Center at George Mason University
3434 Washington Blvd, 4th Floor
Arlington, VA 22201
United States

Phone: 703-993-4930
Fax: 703-993-4935
E-mail: jgoldsto@gmu.edu
Web site: www.mercatus.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Military strategy
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
Russell Harding
Senior Fellow in Environmental and Regulatory Policy
Mackinac Center for Public Policy
140 West Main Street
PO Box 568
Midland, MI 48640
United States

Phone: 989-631-0900
Fax: 989-631-0964
E-mail: harding@mackinac.org
Web site: www.mackinac.org
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Natural resources
  • Regulatory reform
  • Property rights
  • Federalism
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Waste/waste management
Charles L. Harper
Executive Director and Senior Vice President
John Templeton Foundation
300 Conshohocken State Road, Suite 500
West Conshohocken, PA 19428-3801
United States

Phone: 610-687-8942
Fax: 610-687-8961
E-mail: harper@templeton.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Aging/long-term care
  • Philanthropy
  • Religion and public life
Larry Hart
President, Hartco Strategies, and Director of Government Relations
American Conservative Union (ACU)
8 E Street, SE, Suite 900
Washington, DC 20003
United States

Phone: 202-547-1175
Fax: 202-547-1174
E-mail: larry.hart2@att.net
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Congress
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Afghanistan
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Frank J. Heller MPA
Senior Associate
Katahdin Energy Works
12 Belmont Street
Brunswick, ME 04011-3004
United States

Phone: 207-729-6090
Fax: 207-729-1590
E-mail: katahdinenergyworks@verizon.net
Web site: mysite.verizon.net/fjheller
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Other energy options
  • Waste/waste management
  • -- Energy (in general)
Robert L. Hershey
Consulting Engineer
Robert L. Hershey, P.E.
1255 New Hampshire Ave. NW #1033
Washington, DC 20036
United States

E-mail: hershey@cpcug.org
Issues
  • Homeland security/civil defense
  • Fossil fuels
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Risk assessment
  • Other energy options
Christopher C. Horner
Counsel to the Cooler Heads Coalition and Senior Fellow
Competitive Enterprise Institute
1310 L Street NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-331-2260
Fax: 202-331-0640
E-mail: chorner@cei.org
Web site: www.cei.org
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Western Europe
  • Regulatory reform
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Other energy options
  • Non-governmental organizations
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
Lene Johansen
12th Floor
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-331-1010
Fax: 202-331-2040
E-mail: lene.johansen@eudoxa.se
Web site: www.cei.org

Lecture Languages: Swedish, Norwegian
Translation Languages: Norwegian
Issues
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Risk assessment
  • Media and popular culture
  • Bioethics
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • Agriculture
  • Free speech
Doug Kagan
Chairman
Nebraska Taxpayers for Freedom
PO Box 6452
Omaha, NE 68106
United States

Phone: 402-551-0921
Fax: 402-551-0921
E-mail: netaxpayers@cox.net
Web site: www.netaxpayers.org
Issues
  • Health care reform
  • Public school financing and administration
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government waste
  • Immigration
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Crime, justice, and the law (in general)
  • -- Education (in general)
  • State and local government
  • Term limits
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • Initiative and referendum
Martin S. Kaufman
Senior Vice President and General Counsel
Atlantic Legal Foundation
2039 Palmer Avenue, Suite 104
Larchmont, NY 10538
United States

Phone: 914-834-3322
Fax: 914-833-1022
E-mail: mskaufman@yahoo.com
Web site: www.atlanticlegal.org
Issues
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Climate change
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Property rights
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Nuclear energy
William Koetzle Ph.D.
Senior Vice President for Public Policy
Institute for Energy Research
1155 15th St NW, Suite 900
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-638-8207
E-mail: bkoetzle@ierdc.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Congress
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Other energy options
  • Nuclear energy
  • -- Governing (in general)
Jeffrey Kueter
President & CEO
University of Iowa Alumni Association
PO Box 1970
Iowa City, IA 52244-1970
United States

Phone: 319-335-3286
E-mail: alumni@uiowa.edu
Web site: www.iowalum.com
Issues
  • Climate change
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Military strategy
  • Fossil fuels
  • Missile defense
  • Arms control
  • Defense budget
  • Environmental regulation
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
  • -- Energy (in general)
David N. Laband
Professor of Economics and Policy, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
Auburn University
202 M. White Smith Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
United States

Phone: 334-844-1074
Fax: 334-844-1084
E-mail: labandn@auburn.edu
Issues
  • Economic education
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
James Lafferty
President
The Policy Communications Group
4100 David Lane
Alexandria, VA 22311
United States

Phone: 703-931-2324
Fax: 703-931-2428
E-mail: jameslafferty@usa.net
Issues
  • Right to work
  • Congress
  • Unions
  • Africa
  • Religious freedom
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Climate change
  • Government waste
  • Government debt
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • Religion and public life
Deepak Lal
James S. Coleman Professor of International Development, Department of Economics, University of California, Los Angeles, and Senior Fellow
Cato Institute
Box 951477, 8283 Bunche
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1477
United States

Phone: 310-825-4521
Fax: 310-825-9528
E-mail: dlal@econ.ucla.edu
Web site: www.econ.ucla.edu/lal
Issues
  • Trade
  • Climate change
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • The Economy
  • International tax policy/tax competition
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Jay H. Lehr Ph.D.
Science Director
The Heartland Institute
3939 North Wilke Rd.
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
United States

Phone: 312-377-4000
Fax: 312-377-5000
E-mail: jlehr@heartland.org
Web site: www.heartland.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
Gary Libecap
Bren Professor of Corporate Environmental Policy, Donald R. Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
University of California
4420 Donald Bren Hall
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-5131
United States

Phone: 805-893-8611
Fax: 805-893-7612
E-mail: glibecap@bren.ucsb.edu
Web site: http://www.bren.ucsb.edu/
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • American history and political tradition
  • Regulatory reform
  • Property rights
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Water/water pollution
  • Environmental regulation
Nicolas Loris
Herbert and Joyce Morgan Fellow
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Ave. NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-546-4400
E-mail: nick.loris@heritage.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Other energy options
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
Stephen B. Lovejoy
Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics
Michigan State University
108 Ag Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824
United States

Phone: 517-353-4835
E-mail: lovejoy@anr.msu.edu
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Natural resources
  • -- Health and welfare (in general)
  • Property rights
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Other energy options
  • Waste/waste management
  • Agriculture
  • Environmental education
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
Frank Luntz
CEO
Luntz, Maslansky Strategic Research
120 South Payne Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
United States

Phone: 703-358-0080
E-mail: filuntz@aol.com
Web site: www.luntz.com
Issues
  • Homeland security/civil defense
  • Polling
  • Health care reform
  • Welfare/Welfare Reform
  • The Economy
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Waste/waste management
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Medicare
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Government waste
  • Regulatory reform
  • Middle East
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
Rita P. Maguire
Maguire & Pearce PLLC
2999 North 44th Street, Suite 630
Phoenix, AZ 85008
United States

Phone: 602-277-2195
Fax: 602-277-2199
E-mail: rmaguire@mpwaterlaw.com
Web site: www.mpwaterlaw.com
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Natural resources
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Water/water pollution
  • State and local government
  • Environmental regulation
James Barney Marsh
Professor of International Business Economics
University of Hawaii at Manoa
2404 Maile Way
Honolulu, HI 96822
United States

Phone: 808-956-6656
Fax: 808-956-9887
E-mail: barney@hawaii.edu
Web site: geocities.com/jbm_1938
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Arts, humanities and historic resources
  • Natural resources
  • Economic education
  • Economic theory
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • The Economy
  • Climate change
  • Trade
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • -- Culture and community (in general)
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Nancie G. Marzulla
Partner
Marzulla Law
1350 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 410
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-822-6770
Fax: 202-822-6774
E-mail: nancie@marzulla.com
Web site: www.marzulla.com
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Natural resources
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
Roger J. Marzulla
Marzulla Law
1350 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 410
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-822-6770
Fax: 202-822-6774
E-mail: roger@marzulla.com
Web site: www.marzulla.com
Issues
  • OSHA
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Constitutional law
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Waste/waste management
  • Agriculture
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Risk assessment
  • -- Commerce and infrastructure (in general)
  • Property rights
  • Nuclear energy
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • The Reagan legacy
  • Judiciary
John N. Mathys
Associate Professor Emeritus of Finance
De Paul University
565 South Poplar Avenue
Elmhurst, IL 60126
United States

Phone: 312-362-6888
Fax: 312-362-6566
E-mail: jmathys@depaul.edu
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Risk assessment
  • Entitlement spending
  • Property rights
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Nuclear energy
John McClaughry
Vice President
Ethan Allen Institute
4836 Kirby Mountain Rd
Concord, VT 05824
United States

Phone: 802-695-1448
E-mail: john@ethanallen.org
Web site: www.ethanallen.org
Issues
  • Early childhood education
  • Fossil fuels
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Faith-based and volunteer initiatives
  • Health care reform
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Agriculture
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Property rights
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Other energy options
  • -- Education (in general)
  • State and local government
  • Nuclear energy
  • -- Political thought (in general)
  • -- Governing (in general)
  • The Reagan legacy
J. Robert McClure III
President & CEO
The James Madison Institute
100 North Duval Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
United States

Phone: 850-386-3131
Fax: 850-386-1807
E-mail: bob@jamesmadison.org
Web site: www.jamesmadison.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Public school financing and administration
  • American history and political tradition
  • Unions
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Standards, curriculum, and testing
  • The Economy
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • State and local government
  • Taxation/tax reform
Bobby McCormick
Professor of Economics and BB&T Scholar
Clemson University
222 Sirrine Hall
Clemson, SC 29634-1309
United States

Phone: 864-656-3441
Fax: 864-868-5767
E-mail: sixmile@clemson.edu
Issues
  • Transportation
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Property rights
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • -- Energy (in general)
Patrick Michaels
Senior Fellow in Environmental Studies
Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-218-4616
Fax: 202-842-3490
E-mail: pmichaels@cato.org
Web site: www.cato.org
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
Terry Miller
Director, Center for International Trade and Economics and the Mark A. Kolokotrones Fellow in Economic Freedom
The Heritage Foundation
214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-608-6120
E-mail: terry.miller@heritage.org
Web site: www.heritage.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Human Rights
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • United Nations
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • The Economy
  • Trade
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • International tax policy/tax competition
  • International organizations
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Steven J. Milloy
Publisher
JunkScience.com
12309 Briarbush Lane
Potomac, MD 20854
United States

Phone: 301-258-9320
Fax: 301-330-3440
E-mail: stevenmilloy@junkscience.com
Web site: www.junkscience.com
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Climate change
  • Risk assessment
  • Regulatory reform
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Environmental regulation
A. Alan Moghissi
President
Institute for Regulatory Science
PO Box 7166
Alexandria, VA 22307
United States

Phone: 703-765-3546
Fax: 703-765-3143
E-mail: moghissi@nars.org
Web site: www.nars.org

Lecture Languages: German
Translation Languages: German
Issues
  • OSHA
  • Fossil fuels
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Environmental regulation
  • Waste/waste management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Risk assessment
  • Regulatory reform
Derek H. Monson
Director of Public Policy
The Sutherland Institute
15 West South Temple
Suite 200
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
United States

Phone: 801-355-1272
Fax: 801-355-1705
E-mail: dmonson@sutherlandinstitute.org
Web site: www.sutherlandinstitute.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SutherlandInstitute
Issues
  • Transportation
  • Political philosophy
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Family and children
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Marriage and family structure
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
John H. Moore
President Emeritus
Grove City College
7254 Marlow Place
University Park, FL 34201
United States

Phone: 941-351-4255
Fax: 209-254-4532
E-mail: johnm11702@gmail.com
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Climate change
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Central and Eastern Europe
  • Higher education
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • Philanthropy
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Family (in general)
Thomas Gale Moore
Senior Fellow
Hoover Institution
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6010
United States

Phone: 650-723-1411
Fax: 650-723-1687
E-mail: moore@hoover.stanford.edu
Web site: www.stanford.edu/~moore
Issues
  • Transportation
  • Climate change
  • Minimum wage
  • Regulatory reform
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
Iain Stuart Murray
Vice President for Strategy
Competitive Enterprise Institute
1310 L Street NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-331-1010
Fax: 202-331-0640
E-mail: imurray@cei.org
Web site: www.cei.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Fossil fuels
  • Western Europe
  • Infrastructure
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Transportation
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • International organizations
Robert H. Nelson Ph.D.
Affiliated Senior Scholar, Mercatus Center at George Mason University, and Professor, School of Public Policy
University of Maryland
3131 Van Munching Hall
College Park, MD 20742-1821
United States

Phone: 301-405-6345
Fax: 301-403-4675
E-mail: nelsonr@umd.edu
Web site: www.mercatus.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Natural resources
  • Property rights
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Environmental regulation
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
William O'Keefe
CEO
George C. Marshall Institute
1601 North Kent St., Suite 802
Arlington, VA 22209
United States

Phone: 571-970-3180
E-mail: okeefe@marshall.org
Web site: www.marshall.org
Issues
  • Political philosophy
  • Fossil fuels
  • Economic theory
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • -- National security (in general)
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • The Reagan legacy
William Peacock III
Vice President of Research; Director, Center of Economic Freedom
Texas Public Policy Foundation
901 Congress Avenue
Austin, TX 78701
United States

Phone: 512-472-2700
E-mail: bpeacock@texaspolicy.com
Web site: www.texaspolicy.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TexasPublicPolicyFoundation
Twitter: twitter.com/TPPF
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Fossil fuels
  • Economic theory
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • Property rights
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Other energy options
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • State and local government
Timothy R. Phillips
President
Americans for Prosperity Foundation
2111 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 350
Arlington, VA 22201
United States

Phone: 866-730-0150
E-mail: tim.phillips@afphq.org
Web site: www.americansforprosperity.org
Issues
  • Congress
  • Health care reform
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Discretionary spending
  • Climate change
  • State/local public finance
  • -- Budget and taxation (in general)
  • Government waste
  • Entitlement spending
  • Regulatory reform
  • Social Security and retirement
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • State and local government
Bruce Piasecki
President and Founder
AHC Group
4 Franklin Square, Suite B
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
United States

Phone: 518-583-9619
Fax: 518-583-9726
E-mail: bruce@ahcgroup.com
Web site: www.ahcgroup.com
Issues
  • Fossil fuels
  • Money and financial services
  • Land use/land degradation
  • The Economy
  • Water/water pollution
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Risk assessment
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Other energy options
  • Nuclear energy
George Pieler
Adjunct Fellow
Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI)
1310 L Street NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-331-1010
E-mail: gpieler@cox.net
Web site: www.cei.org
Issues
  • Intellectual property
  • International finance and multilateral banks
  • Telecommunications and the Internet
  • Federal education policy
  • Western Europe
  • The Economy
  • Constitutional law
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Climate change
  • Federal budget
  • International law
  • Regulatory reform
  • International tax policy/tax competition
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Lawrence S. Pratt
Senior Fellow
American Institute for Economic Research
PO Box 1000
Great Barrington, MA 01230
United States

Phone: 413-528-1216
Fax: 413-528-0103
E-mail: pratt@aier.org
Web site: www.aier.org
Issues
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Comparative economics
  • Federal budget
  • Economic theory
  • Property rights
  • Social Security and retirement
  • Taxation/tax reform
Thomas John Pyle
President
Institute for Energy Research
15th St. NW, Suite 900
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-621-2950
Fax: 202-637-2420
E-mail: tpyle@ierdc.org
Web site: www.instituteforenergyresearch.org
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Property rights
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
Jay Wesley Richards Ph.D.
Distinguished Fellow
Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
8400 Westpark Drive, Suite 100
McLean, VA 22102
United States

Phone: 206-292-0401
Fax: 206-682-5320
E-mail: jrichards@tifwe.org
Web site: wwww.discovery.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Ethics
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Entrepreneurship/free enterprise
  • Church-state relations
  • The Economy
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
Amy Moritz Ridenour
President
National Center for Public Policy Research
20 F Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-507-6398
E-mail: aridenour@nationalcenter.org
Web site: www.nationalcenter.org
Issues
  • Health care reform
  • Aging/long-term care
  • United Nations
  • Western Europe
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • Medicare
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • American history and political tradition
  • Regulatory reform
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • The American founding
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Water/water pollution
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Sound science
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Property rights
  • Social Security and retirement
  • The Reagan legacy
David Ridenour
President
National Center for Public Policy Research
20 F Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20001
United States

Phone: 202-507-6398
Fax: 202-543-5975
E-mail: dridenour@nationalcenter.org
Web site: www.nationalcenter.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Regulatory reform
  • Environmental regulation
  • Taxation/tax reform
David B. Rivkin Jr.
Partner
Baker & Hostetler
1050 Connecticut Avenue, Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-861-1731
Fax: 202-861-1783
E-mail: drivkin@bakerlaw.com
Issues
  • Arms control
  • United Nations
  • Western Europe
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Terrorism and international crime
  • Regulatory reform
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • Federalism
  • Executive branch/the presidency
  • International organizations
  • Homeland security/civil defense
  • Military strategy
  • Missile defense
  • Peacekeeping
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Constitutional law
  • International law
  • Emerging threats/threat assessment
Gabriel J. Roth
Privatization Specialist
Independent Institute
4815 Falstone Avenue
Chevy Chase, MD 20815
United States

E-mail: roths@earthlink.net
Issues
  • Transportation
  • Climate change
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
David Rothbard
President
Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow
PO Box 65722
Washington, DC 20035
United States

Phone: 202-429-2737
Fax: 410-838-7223
E-mail: david@cfact.org
Web site: www.cfact.org
Issues
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Risk assessment
  • Property rights
James A. Roumasset
Professor of Economics
University of Hawaii at Manoa
2424 Maile Way
Honolulu, HI 96822
United States

Phone: 808-956-7496
Fax: 808-956-4347
E-mail: jimr@hawaii.edu
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Economic development/foreign aid
  • Southeast Asia
  • Property rights
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Water/water pollution
  • Political correctness and multiculturalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • -- Energy (in general)
Craig Rucker
Executive Director
Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow
PO Box 65722
Washington, DC 20035
United States

Phone: 202-429-2737
Fax: 540-955-2481
E-mail: craig@cfact.org
Web site: www.cfact.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Fossil fuels
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Property rights
  • Nuclear energy
Robert F. Sanchez
Senior Fellow in Retirement
The James Madison Institute
100 North Duval St
Tallahassee, FL 32301
United States

Phone: 850-386-3131
Fax: 850-386-1807
E-mail: bsanchez@jamesmadison.org
Web site: www.jamesmadison.org
Issues
  • Public school financing and administration
  • Higher education
  • Education unions and teacher choice
  • Unions
  • Water/water pollution
  • Taxation/tax reform
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Transportation
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Immigration
  • Property rights
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • State and local government
  • Initiative and referendum
Paul J. Saunders
Executive Director
Center for the National Interest
1025 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 1200
Washington, DC 20036
United States

Phone: 202-887-1000
Fax: 202-887-5222
E-mail: info@cftni.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Russia/Eurasia
  • Promoting representative government and public diplomacy
  • -- National security (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Joel M. Schwartz
Visiting Fellow
American Enterprise Institute
555 University Avenue, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95825
United States

Phone: 916-203-6309
Fax: 916-576-0365
E-mail: joel@joelschwartz.com
Web site: www.aei.org
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Sound science
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
S. Fred Singer
President
Science and Environmental Policy Project
1600 South Eads Street, Suite 712-S
Arlington, VA 22202-2907
United States

Phone: 703-920-2744
Fax: 408-715-5657
E-mail: singer@sepp.org

Lecture Languages: German
Issues
  • Fossil fuels
  • Missile defense
  • Natural resources
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Water/water pollution
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Risk assessment
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Other energy options
  • Nuclear energy
Frances B. Smith
Adjunct Fellow
Competitive Enterprise Institute
1310 L Street NW, 7th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-558-8738
Fax: 202-331-0640
E-mail: smithfran@gmail.com
Web site: www.cei.org
Issues
  • Trade
  • Sound science
  • Privacy
  • Climate change
  • Money and financial services
  • Agriculture
Jack W. Sommer
Chairman
Political Economy Research Institute
1117 North Blount Street
Raleigh, NC 27604
United States

Phone: 704-779-2824
Fax: 704-896-0788
E-mail: jacksommer@aol.com
Issues
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Urban sprawl/livable cities/smart growth
  • Higher education
  • Privatization/contracting-out
  • -- Education (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Robert Stavins
Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government
Harvard University
79 John F. Kennedy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States

Phone: 617-495-1820
Fax: 617-496-3783
E-mail: robert_stavins@harvard.edu
Web site: www.stavins.com
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • Climate change
  • Risk assessment
  • Regulatory reform
  • Property rights
  • Costs/benefits of regulation
  • Land use/land degradation
  • Water/water pollution
  • Waste/waste management
  • Environmental regulation
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
Irwin M. Stelzer
Director, Regulatory Studies
Hudson Institute
1201 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Suite 400
Washington, DC 20004
United States

Phone: 202-777-3000
Fax: 202-777-3010
E-mail: stelzer@aol.com
Web site: www.stelzerassoc.com
Issues
  • Health care reform
  • Wealth creation/ownership society
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • Economic theory
  • Anti-trust
  • The Economy
  • Environmental regulation
  • Trade
  • Climate change
  • Immigration
  • -- Elections (in general)
  • -- Regulation and deregulation (in general)
  • Conservative principles and current events
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Nuclear energy
James L. Sweeney
Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, and Professor, Management Science and Engineering
Stanford University
Terman Engineering Center 459
380 Panama Way
Stanford, CA 94305-4026
United States

Phone: 650-723-2847
Fax: 650-723-1614
E-mail: jim.sweeney@stanford.edu
Web site: www.stanford.edu
Issues
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Other energy options
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
Thomas Tanton
Senior Fellow
Reason Foundation
722 12th St., NW, 4th Floor
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-785-8301
E-mail: ttanton@fastkat.com
Web site: http://reason.org/experts/show/tom-tanton
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Nuclear energy
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Energy (in general)
Jerry Taylor
President
Niskanen Center
820 First Street, NE, Suite 675
Washington, DC 20002
United States

Phone: 202-789-5240
Fax: 202-842-3490
E-mail: jtaylor@niskanencenter.org
Web site: www.niskanencenter.org
Issues
  • Fossil fuels
  • Natural resources
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Forestry/deforestation/national parks
  • -- Energy (in general)
  • Endangered species/wildlife management
  • Electricity deregulation
  • Climate change
  • Sound science
  • Stewardship of the environment/conservation
  • Risk assessment
  • Regulatory reform
  • Other energy options
  • Nuclear energy
Margo Thorning
Senior Vice President and Chief Economist
American Council for Capital Formation
1750 K Street, NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20006
United States

Phone: 202-293-5811
Fax: 202-785-8165
E-mail: mthorning@accf.org
Web site: www.accf.org
Issues
  • Climate change
  • International tax policy/tax competition
  • Taxation/tax reform
John J. Tkacik Jr.
1307 Westgrove Boulevard
Alexandria, VA 22307
United States

E-mail: jjtkacik@cox.net

Lecture Languages: Chinese
Issues
  • Human Rights
  • Intelligence gathering/covert operations
  • Military strategy
  • China
  • Missile defense
  • NATO/other alliances
  • American foreign policy and diplomacy
  • -- Foreign policy and international relations (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Immigration
  • Southeast Asia
  • Northeast Asia
  • Middle East
  • Export controls/military transfers
Matt Warner
Vice President of Programs and Institute Relations
Atlas Economic Research Foundation
1201 L Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
United States

Phone: 202-449-8449
Fax: 202-280-1259
E-mail: matt.warner@atlasnetwork.org
Web site: www.atlasnetwork.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Higher education
  • Property rights
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Other energy options
  • -- Education (in general)
  • Nuclear energy
  • Environmental education
  • -- Energy (in general)
Clint Woods
Director, Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force
American Legislative Exchange Council
2900 Crystal Drive, 6th Floor
Arlington, VA 22202
United States

Phone: 202-742-8542
Fax: 202-466-3801
E-mail: cwoods@alec.org
Web site: www.alec.org
Issues
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Climate change
  • Regulatory reform
  • Property rights
  • Federalism
  • State and local government
  • Environmental regulation
  • Agriculture
  • -- Energy (in general)
Todd Matthew Wynn
Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force Director
American Legislative Exchange Council
2900 Crystal Drive, 6th Floor
Arlington, VA 22202
United States

Phone: 202-742-8542
Fax: 202-466-3801
E-mail: twynn@alec.org
Web site: www.alec.org
Issues
  • Air/air pollution
  • -- Environment (in general)
  • Sound science
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Economic education
  • Economic theory
  • Free-market environmentalism
  • Environmental regulation
  • -- Economic thought (in general)
  • -- Energy (in general)
Todd G. Young
Policy Director
Southeastern Legal Foundation
6100 Lake Forrest Drive, NW, Suite 520
Atlanta, GA 30328
United States

Phone: 404-257-9667
Fax: 404-257-0049
E-mail: todd@dminews.com
Web site: www.southeasternlegal.org
Issues
  • Campaign finance reform
  • Public interest law
  • Civil rights and racial preferences
  • Constitutional law
  • Tort and liability reform
  • Free speech
  • Climate change
  • Regulation through litigation
  • Immigration
  • Judicial activism/judicial reform
  • Property rights
  • Parental choice: charters, vouchers, home schooling
  • Religion and public life
  • Right-to-life issues
  • Judiciary
Robert Zubrin
President
Pioneer Astronautics
11111 West 8th Avenue, Unit A
Lakewood, CO 80215
United States

Phone: 303-980-0890
E-mail: zubrin@aol.com
Web site: www.energyvictory.net
Issues
  • Climate change
  • Fossil fuels
  • Other energy options
  • Nuclear energy
  • -- Energy (in general)