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Scientific Integrity and Public Trust: The Science Behind Federal Policies and Mandates I

Date: 
Wednesday, September 20, 1995 - 12:00am
Location: 
Washington, D.C.
Case Study 1 - Stratospheric Ozone: Myths and Realities

Witnesses

Panel 1

1 - Hon. John Doolittle
Representative U.S. Congress U.S. Congress

2 - Hon. Tom DeLay
Representative U.S. Congress U.S. Congress


Panel 2

1 - Robert Watson
Associate Director of Environment Office of Science and Technology Policy Office of Science and Technology Policy

2 - Dr. S. Fred Singer
President Science and Environmental Policy Project Science and Environmental Policy Project

3 - Dr. Daniel Albritton
Director Aeronomy Laboratory, Environmental Research Laboratories National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Aeronomy Laboratory, Environmental Research La

4 - Dr. Sallie Baliunas
Senior Scientist George C. Marshall Institute George C. Marshall Institute

5 - Dr. Richard Setlow
Associate Director Life Sciences Brookhaven National Laboratory Life Sciences Brookhaven National Laboratory

6 - Dr. Margaret Kripke
Professor and Chairman Department of Immunology M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Department of Immunology M.D. Anderson Cancer Center


Panel 3

1 - Hon. Mary Nichols
Assistant Administrator for Air and Radiation Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Protection Agency

2 - Kevin Fay
Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy Alliance for Responsible Atmospheric Policy

3 - Ben Lieberman
Environmental Research Associate Competitve Enterprise Institute Competitve Enterprise Institute

4 - Dr. Richard Stroup
Senior Associate Policy Economy Research Center Policy Economy Research Center

5 - Dr. Dale Pollet
Project Leader Entomology Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service Entomology Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service

104th Congress