Brian O'Leary, Ph.D.
Brian O'Leary received a Ph.D. in astronomy from UC Berkeley in 1967 and then served as a NASA scientist-astronaut and assistant professor of astronomy at Cornell. During the 1970s he taught technology assessment and energy policy at the UC Berkeley School of Law and Hampshire College, was special consultant for the U.S. House Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment, and was on the physics faculty at Princeton University. He has advised five presidential candidates on energy, space and science issues. From 1980 until the present, Dr. O'Leary co-founded the International Association for New Science and the Institute of New Energy, has authored many books, and given hundreds of seminars on the frontiers of science and energy.
Over the past decade, his main passion has been on investigating the potential of new energy, having co-convened two international conferences, visited numerous researchers, and written two books and authored the New Energy Movement website.
Alden Bryant, M.A., B.S.
'Number one ecologist in the USA.'
A World War II veteran, Alden Bryant obtained degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from the University of California at Berkeley. His activist career extends to the 1940s and has been global in nature, spanning numerous governmental, labor and scientific organizations. He has published extensively in the fields of engineering, economics and alternative energy. He co-founded the Earth Regeneration Society, 1983, was primary author of H.R. 4154 "Emergency Climate Stabilization and Earth Regeneration Act of 1992," U.S. Congress, and was main organizer for the entry on "climate, food and jobs." In the AFL-CIO National Convention Platform 1987.
On the International front he co-sponsored a meeting at the United Nations headquarters that directly led to the 1992 U.N. Earth Summit at Rio de Janeiro, which resulted in the Rio Climate Treaty. A U.S. Congressman recently publicly referred to him as the "number one ecologist in the U.S."