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Professor John F. Dewey FRS joins GWPF Academic Advisory Council

The Global Warming Policy Foundation is pleased to announce that Professor John Dewey FRS has joined the GWPF’s Academic Advisory Council.

Prof John F. Dewey FRS

John Dewey (Oxford University) is an eminent geologist who has made outstanding contributions to plate tectonics and the understanding of the process of mountain building. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society and has received numerous medals and awards, notably the Wollaston Medal of the Geological Society of London and the Penrose Medal of the Geological Society of America.

The GWPF Academic Advisory Council is composed of scientists, economists and other experts who provide the GWPF with timely scientific, economic and policy advice. It reviews and evaluates new GWPF reports, explores future research projects and makes recommendations on issues related to climate and energy research and policy.

The other members of the GWPF Academic Advisory Council are:

Professor Christopher Essex (Chairman)
Professor Ray Bates
Sir Ian Byatt
Dr John Constable
Professor Vincent Courtillot
Professor Peter Dobson OBE
Christian Gerondeau
Professor Laurence Gould
Professor William Happer
Professor Ole Humlum
Professor Gautam Kalghatgi
Professor Terence Kealey
William Kininmonth
Bryan Leyland
Professor Richard Lindzen
Professor Ross McKitrick
Professor Robert Mendelsohn
Professor Garth Paltridge
Professor Ian Plimer
Professor Gwythian Prins
Professor Paul Reiter
Professor Peter Ridd
Dr Matt Ridley
Sir Alan Rudge FRS
Professor Nir Shaviv
Dr David Whitehouse