Mike Jungbauer

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Mike Jungbauer is a Republican state senator in Minnesota and has worked for many years as a waste water treatment designer. He graduated with a degree in Bible Studies from Moody Bible Institute and is currently pursuing a degree in Environmental Policy from Metropolitan State University. Jungbauer is a climate change skeptic and spoke at the International Conference on Climate Change (2009) hosted by the conservative think tank, the Heartland Institute. [1]

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Jungbauer's presentation for the International Conference on Climate Change (2009) was entitled, "Global Warming Science and Policymakers." [2]


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  1. "About Mike" Mike Jungbauer's Campaign website, accessed April 2009.
  2. Mike Jungbauer, "Global Warming Science and Policymakers", Presentation to the Heartland Institute's International Conference on Climate Change (2009), March 10, 2009. (PowerPoint)

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