FACTSHEET: Sandy Liddy Bourne
Vice President of Policy and Strategy, Heartland Institute
Expert, National Center for Policy Analysis Former Director of the Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture Task Force, ALEC Member, Virginia Board of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Bourne served one term on the Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District and also advised former VA Gov. George Allen on management and policy issues. Bourne authored the 2004 ALEC publication "'Sons-of-Kyoto' Legislation: Greenhouse Gas Regulation in the States," where she argued that the Kyoto Protocol and the movement behind it threatened to ruin the free market system and turn the global economy over to a "carbon cartel."
Previously she served as Director of the Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture Task Force for the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and advisor to the ALEC Homeland Security Working Group
MS, Nursing, Catholic University of America
NCPA Earth Day Briefing on Global Warming: 'What Do We Really Know vs. What We Are Told'
Briefing on Capitol Hill, sponsored by the National Center for Policy Analysis.
The relationship of Sandy Liddy Bourne to the event: Speaker
National Center for Policy Analysis
Source: NCPA website 4/04
Tech Central Science Foundation or Tech Central Station
Source: Tech Central Station Bio - Bourne
Source: Heartland Institute website 2007
American Energy Freedom Center
Source: American Energy Freedom Centre: Staff list
ALEC - American Legislative Exchange Council
Source: Capital Times
NCPA website 4/04
Tech Central Station Bio - Bourne
Heartland Institute website 2007
American Energy Freedom Centre: Staff list
Brendan Fischer, "CO2 is good for you, and other ALEC talking points," Aug. 10, 2011.