FACTSHEET: Ronald Bailey
Adjunct Scholar, Competitive Enterprise Institute
Adjunct Scholar, Cato Institute. Science Correspondent, Reason Magazine. Science and Technology reporter for Forbes 1987-1990. Competitive Enterprise Institute's Warren T. Brookes Fellow in Environmental Journalism in 1993.
Bailey has written widely in criticism of climate change science and is a producer for television shows "Think Tank" and "Technopolitics."
Bailey was editor of "Global Warming and Other Eco-Myths: How the Environmental Movement Uses False Science to Scare Us to Death," "The True State of the Planet" and "Earth Report 2000: Revisiting The True State of The Planet," all of which were published by the Competitive Enterprise Institute. He authored "Eco-Scam: The False Prophets of Ecological Apocalypse" and "The Law of Increasing Returns." Bailey received funding for Eco-Scam from the Atlas Economic Research Foundation. Bailey has long-standing connections to the Wise Use movement and was a speaker at the 1997 Fly In for Freedom, the annual gathering of "wise use" activists sponsored by the Alliance for America.
BA in economics and philosophy at University of Virginia.
4 February, 2004
On February 4th, 2004, CEI Adjunct Fellow Ron Bailey testified before the House Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources on "The Impact of Science on Public Policy," on how and why environmental predictions have gone wrong.
Source: CEI Website -Bailey testimony
Costs of Kyoto
"Global Warming Conference" held by the Competitive Enterprise Institute
The relationship of Ronald Bailey to the event: Speaker
Competitive Enterprise Institute
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CEI website, 3/04
Reason website 4/04
website for the Reason Foundation (as well as Reason Magazine and Reason Public Policy Institute).
Cato Institute website 4/04
Tech Central Station Bio - Bailey
CEI Website -Bailey testimony