About the NCPA’s Environment Team (E-Team)
The NCPA’s Environment Team (E-Team) is one of the largest collections of environmental policy experts and scientists in the world.
Alexandra Liddy Bourne
Sandy Liddy Bourne currently serves as vice president for policy and strategy for The Heartland Institute, a national nonprofit research organization based in Chicago.
Baruch Feigenbaum is an Adjunct Fellow with the NCPA and a Policy Analyst at Reason Foundation, both non-profit think tanks advancing free minds and free markets. Feigenbaum has a diverse background researching and implementing transportation and environmental issues including public-private partnerships, highways, transit, high-speed rail, ports, intelligent transportation systems, land use, and local policymaking.
Brian Seasholes is an expert on wide variety of issues related to wildlife, land-use, and property rights.
Christopher C. Horner
Christopher C. Horner is a Washington, D.C. attorney and think tank Fellow, also writing for free market/ conservative journals and appearing weekly on two syndicated radio programs with an audience of over 2 million.
Daniel R. Simmons
Daniel R. Simmons is the Director of the Natural Resources Task Force at the American Legislative Exchange Council.
David Deming is associate professor of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oklahoma in Norman.
David R. Legates
David R. Legates is an associate professor of geography and director of the Center for Climatic Research at the University of Delaware. He is also the Associate State Climatologist and Associate Director of the Delaware Space Grant Consortium (sponsored by NASA).
Dennis T. Avery is a Senior Fellow at Hudson and is Director of the Center for Global Food Issues.
Donald Leal is a senior associate at PERC-The Center for Free Market Environmentalism where he has been carrying out research in natural resource and environmental issues since 1985.
Henry I. Miller
Dr. Henry I. Miller is an academic researcher, author and commentator.
Jeffery A. Green, Esq.
Founder of the Strategic Material Advisory Council.
Dr. Jo Kwong lectures and writes on a broad range of environmental issues.
Joel Schwartz is an independent scientist and policy analyst specializing in air pollution and chemical risk policy. He has published extensively on a range of environmental science and policy issues.
John A. Baden is founder and chairman of the Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment (FREE), and Gallatin Writers, Inc. FREE’s focus is environmental economics and policy analysis.
John D. Merrifield
John D. Merrifield is a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy and Analysis, and a professor of economics at the University of Texas at San Antonio, a position he has held since 1987. Dr. Merrifield received a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1977, a Master of Arts in Economic Geography from the University of Illinois in 1979, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Economics from the University of Wyoming in 1984.
Kenneth Green is a Resident Scholar with the American Enterprise Institute and Former Chief Scientist and Director of the Risk and Environment Policy Centre at The Fraser Institute.
Larry Bell is a professor and endowed professor at the University of Houston where he founded and currently directs the Sasakawa International Center for Space Architecture and heads the graduate program in space architecture. With a background in research, planning and design of habitats, structures and other support systems for applications in space and extreme environments on Earth, he is also author of the book titled “Climate of Corruption: Politics and Power Behind the Global Warming Hoax”.
Dr. Larry Foulke, P.E. has worked his entire career in a wide range of nuclear science and technology, including nuclear reactor performance analysis, reactor safety, environmental assessment, physical security, safeguards, nuclear materials management, and training and simulation.
Marlo Lewis Jr.
Marlo Lewis, Jr. is a Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, where he writes on global warming, energy policy, and other public policy issues. Prior to joining CEI in April 2002, he served as Director of External Relations at the Reason Foundation in Los Angeles, California.
Max Borders is a policy analyst and new media coordinator at the Civitas Institute of North Carolina. Max is formerly Managing Editor of TCS Daily and continues to write opinion journalism for both national and local outlets.
Michael De Alessi
Michael De Alessi is Director of Natural Resource Policy for the Reason Public Policy Institute in Los Angeles. He specializes in water policy, marine conservation and wildlife issues and is former director of the Center for Private Conservation.
Michael D. Stroup
Michael D. Stroup is currently a professor of economics at Stephen F. Austin State University, where he has also served as Associate Dean of the Rusche College of Business. Professor Stroup earned his Ph.D. in economics from Florida State University, his M.A. in economics from University of Washington, and his B.S. in Economics from Montana State University.
Pete Geddes is the executive vice president of the Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment (FREE).
Robert L. Bradley Jr.
Robert L. Bradley, Jr. is one of the nation’s leading proponents of market-based, fuel-neutral energy policy. His publications and speeches are under the auspices of the Institute for Energy Research, a Houston-based think tank where he is president, and the Cato Institute, where he is an adjunct scholar. Bradley is also a senior research fellow at the University of Houston and the 2002 recipient of the Julian L. Simon Memorial Award.
Robert J. Michaels is professor of economics at California State University, Fullerton. He holds an A.B. from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles, both in economics.
S. Fred Singer
S. Fred Singer is internationally known for his work on energy and environmental issues. A pioneer in the development of rocket and satellite technology, he devised the basic instrument for measuring stratospheric ozone and was principal investigator on a satellite experiment retrieved by the space shuttle in 1990. He was the first scientist to predict that population growth would increase atmospheric methane-an important greenhouse gas.
Sam Staley is an Ohio native and co-founder of The Buckeye Institute. Prior to his appointment as President, he served as a Vice President and Secretary and a member of The Board of Trustees.
Stephen F. Hayward is the F. K. Weyerhaeuser Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, where he researches the environment, law, political economy, and the presidency. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy.
Steven J. Milloy
Steven J. Milloy is an investment adviser to the Free Enterprise Action Fund, the publisher of JunkScience.com and CSRwatch.com, an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute and the Competitive Enterprise Institute, and a columnist for FoxNews.com
Thomas Gale Moore
Thomas Gale Moore is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution who specializes in international trade, deregulation, and privatization.
With more than a decade in public relations, Todd Myers’ experience combines planning and implementing public relations strategies for sports franchises, producing award-winning public events, managing successful statewide political campaigns, building strong grassroots coalitions, and creating innovative Internet marketing solutions.
Wendell Cox is the principal of Wendell Cox Consultancy (Demographia), a St. Louis area international transport, demographics and public policy firm.