Experts Available For Johannesburg Summit

Experts Available For Johannesburg Summit

Analysis of the UN’s Sustainable Development Conference
August 22, 2002

Washington, D.C., August 23, 2002 — The Competitive Enterprise Institute will be bringing its message of free enterprise and economic growth to the United Nations’ World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa over the next two weeks.  In a conference that will be dominated by delegates seeking limits on production, growth, energy use and technological innovation, CEI will defend consumers, developing nations and the environment from the misguided efforts of international regulators. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

Experts on sustainable development, climate change, public health, biotechnology and environmental quality will be available both in Johannesburg and Washington, D.C. for analysis of the issues raised during the Summit.

Competitive Enterprise Institute Experts in Johannesburg, South Africa

Fred L. Smith, Jr.President+27 11.280.1234 – phone+27 11.280.1238 – fax fsmith@cei.org Christopher C. HornerSenior Fellow+1 202.262.4458 – mobileCHornerLaw@aol.com Robert H. Nelson, PhDSenior Fellow+44 072.477.2371 – mobile rn29@umail.umd.edu

Competitive Enterprise Institute Experts in Washington, D.C.

Myron EbellDirector of Global Warming& International Environmental Policy202.331.1010, ext. 216mebell@cei.org Marlo Lewis, PhDSenior Fellow202.669.6693 – mobilemlewis@cei.org Paul GeorgiaEnvironmental Policy Analyst202.331.1010, ext. 241pgeorgia@cei.org

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