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Director, Center for Global Food Issues
Avery is the author of Global Food Progress 1991 (Hudson Institute, 1991) and Saving the Planet with Pesticides and Plastic: The Environmental Triumph of High-Yield Farming (Hudson Institute, 1995). The second edition of Saving the Planet was published in 2000.
He is the editor of Global Food Quarterly, the newsletter of the Center for Global Food Issues, and writes a weekly column for The BridgeNews Forum. He has been quoted in publications ranging from Time and The Washington Post to The Farm Journal. Avery's article, "What's Wrong with Global Warming?" was published in the August 1999 issue of Reader's Digest.
Avery travels the world as a speaker, has testified before Congress, and has appeared on most of the nation's major television networks, including a program discussing the bacterial dangers of organic foods on ABC's 20/20.
Press Release by Dennis Avery and S. Fred Singer on Natural Climate Cycles
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