John Dale Dunn

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John Dale Dunn is a civilian emergency medicine faculty physician at Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, Fort Hood, Texas and also served as part of the public health authority for Brown County, Texas for ten years. [1] He is also a climate change policy advisor for the conservative think thank, the Heartland Institute, despite the fact that he has no background in climatology.

John Dale Dunn is a speaker at the America First Energy Conference to be held on November 9th, 2017. [1]


Conference Presentation

Dunn was a speaker for the International Conference on Climate Change (2009), hosted by the Heartland Institute. His presentation is titled "Human Health Effects of Warming and Cooling."[2]


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References

  1. "Expert Profile: John Dale Dunn" The Heartland Institute Website, accessed April 2009.
  2. John Dale Dunn, "Human Health Effects of Warming and Cooling", Presentation to the Heartland Institute's International Conference on Climate Change (2009), March 10, 2009. (A copy of Dunn's presentation is not available).

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