• H. Leighton Steward

    H. Leighton Steward is a geologist, environmentalist, author, and retired energy industry executive.  He has written about the reasons for the loss of much of the Mississippi River delta (Louisiana’s National Treasure) and has given advice on how the nation can achieve “no net loss” of wetlands in the future; advice that has been accepted […]

  • Dr. 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 […]

  • Marc Morano

    Marc Morano is the executive editor and chief correspondent for, a global warming and eco-news center founded in 2009.  Morano served for three years as a senior advisor, speechwriter, and climate researcher for U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee as he also managed the award-winning communication operations of the GOP side. Morano, who […]

  • Barun Mitra

    Mitra heads the Liberty Institute, a public policy research and educational organization headquartered in New Delhi, India. His work focuses on the role of individual rights, the rule of law, limited government, and free markets in responding to social, economic, and environmental concerns. Mitra has written extensively on issues of environment, trade, and technology. His […]

  • Steve Milloy

    Steve Milloy is: the founder and publisher of; a co-founder and portfolio manager of the Free Enterprise Action Fund (the first conservative/libertarian mutual fund); and a long-time columnist for Since April 1, 1996, has had a discernible impact in the fight against junk science and garnered numerous awards, including being named: -a […]