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Hunting for Solutions

Over 670 fishing and hunting organizations, representing millions of Americans have banded together to call on the US government to enact strong global warming legislation.

H/T to Think Progress .

Donald J. Boudreaux

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Donald J. Boudreaux

 Credentials

  • Ph.D.,  economics, Auburn University (1986). 
  • Law degree, University of Virginia (1992).

Source: [1]

 Background

Donald J. Boudreaux is an economist and the current Director of the Center for the Study of Public Choice.

Scott Armstrong

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Scott Armstrong

 Credentials

  • Ph.D.,  Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • M.S., Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University.
  • B.S.,  Industrial Engineering, Lehigh University.
  • B.A., Applied Science, Lehigh University.

Robert P. Murphy

Robert P. Murphy

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Economics, New York University, (Spring 2003).
  • B.A., Economics, Hillsdale College, Magna Cum Laude, (1998).

Source: [1]

Todd Myers

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Todd Myers

 Credentials

  • M.A., Russian/International Studies, University of Washington.
  • B.A., Politics, Whitman College.

Source: [1]

Joel Schwartz

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Joel M. Schwartz

 Credentials

  • M.S., Planetary Science, California Institute of Technology.
  • B.S., Chemistry, Cornell University.

Source: [1]

H. Sterling Burnett

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H. Sterling Burnett

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Applied Philosophy, Bowling Green State University (2001).
  • M.A., Applied Philosophy, Bowling Green State University, (1992).
  • B.A., Cultural Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, (1986).

Source: [1]

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Chris Horner

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Chris Horner

 Credentials

  • Juris Doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis. [1]

 Background

Marc Morano

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Marc Morano

 Credentials

  • B.A., Political Science, George Mason University. [1]

 Background

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Biofuels, once the 'silver bullet' of global warming, are causing more emissions than fossil fuels

Two comprehensive studies in Science magazine have concluded nearly all biofuels used today trigger more greenhouse emissions than conventional fuels if the emission costs of producing these so-called “green” fuels are calculated.

The studies take the first detailed look at the impact on emissions of converting natural land to cropland around the globe to support biofuels development – dashing hopes for the once-popular alternative energy source.

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