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Gerrit Cornelis van Kooten

Gerrit Cornelis van Kooten

 Credentials

  • Ph.D. Agricultural and Resource Economics, Oregon State University (1982) 
  • M.A. (Economics), University of Alberta (1974)
  • B.Sc. (with distinction), Geophysics, University of Alberta (1972) — Thesis Topic: “The Canadian Coal Industry”

Source: [1], [2]

Lewis Page

Lewis Page

 Credentials

  • Cambridge University (Engineering degree 1988-91, St John's College) Islington Green Comprehensive. 
  • Royal Navy Officer 1993 - 2004. 
Source: [1]
 
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Bo Nordell

Bo Anders Nordell

 Credentials

  • Professor, Water Resources Eng. (LTU) 2001
  • Docent, Water Resources Eng (LTU) 1997
  • Doctor of Technology, Water Resources Eng. (LTU) 1994
  • Senior High School (House Construction Eng) 1964-67
  • Licentiate of Technology, Water Resources Eng. (LTU) 1986
  • Mining Engineering (LTU) 1974-79
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Wed, 2013-02-13 19:38Graham Readfearn
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Climate Science Denier Lord Monckton Joins Creationist Pastor To Launch Extremist Political Party

Lord Monckton launches Rise Up Australia: Picture via ABC footage

A FEW weeks ago I wrote a story for DeSmogBlog looking at how Lord Christopher Monckton - a poster child of the climate science denialist movement - had agreed to launch a new Australian political party fronted by an anti-Islamist Creationist preacher.

John H. Sununu

John H. Sununu

 Credentials

Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at the Massachusetts Instute of Technology in 1966. He completed buth undegraduate and graduate levels at MIT. [1]

 Background

John H. Sununu served as the 75th Governor of New Hampshire from 1983 to 1989 and later as White House Chief of Staff under President George H.W. Bush from January 21 1989 until 1993 where he served as a Counselor to the President.

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William Kay

William Walter (Bill) Kay

 Credentials

[Pending further investigation.]

 Background

William Walter (or Bill) Kay is the manager of ecofascism.com, a website which describes its purpose as to “expose both the similarities between environmentalism and fascism and the connections between environmentalism and modern fascistic, or arch-conservative, individuals and groups.” The website appears to focus on issues affecting Alberta and BC, Canada. [1]

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