Science and Environmental Policy Project
Revision as of 14:57, 25 December 2009 by Woozle
 OverviewThe Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) is a United States organization advocating global warming skepticism and opposing environmental regulation such as the ban on CFCs.
It was founded by S. Fred Singer in 1990.
There are nine people listed on SEPP's board of science advisors, of which five are dead (Gerholm, Higatsberger, Mitchell, Nierenberg, and Starr). Ames is a well-known scientist in his field, molecular genetics, which has nothing to do with climate change. The others with the most citations are elderly or dead physicists (Starr, 1935 physics Ph.D.; Böttcher, 1947 physics Ph.D.; and Mitchell, 1951 physics Ph.D.). The rest have only single-digit citations to their fourth-most-cited paper.