In the present overheated atmosphere, Moore's new book will bring rationality to the global warming debate. Most americans will benefit from warming.

Tuesday, April 21, 1998


Dr. Thomas Gale Moore, senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, specializes in economic regulation, international trade, privatization and environmental regulation. Moore's new book, Climate of Fear: Why We Shouldn't Worry About Global Warming (CATO, April 1998), analyzes the effects that climate change would have on Americans. Even if the pessimists turn out to be right about the harm of global warming, the costs of mitigating vastly exceed projected damages.

Currently, Moore serves as a board member of the Environmental Literacy Council, a group devoted to improving the current state of environmental education. He is also an Adjunct Scholar to the Cato Institute, a fellow of the California Institute of International Studies and board member of the Competitive Enterprise Institute. Moore served as a member of the President's Council of Economic Advisers (1985 -1989), the President's National Critical Materials Council (1985-1989) and the President's National Commission on Superconductivity (1989).

Visit Dr. Moore's Web Site at www-leland.stanford.edu/~moore

 


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