Instituto Bruno Leoni

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The Instituto Bruno Leoni describes its role as promoting "a public discussion of awareness and information on the themes of the environment, competition, energy, market liberalization, taxation, privatization, and reform of the social state. Created in 2003 on the model of Anglo-Saxon think tanks, IBL strives to be a stimulation and resource for the political class by raising the level of awareness of private citizens, and drawing their attention to all matters involving public policy and the role of the state in the economy."[1]

Global warming

In 2009 the group was a co-sponsor of the Heartland Institute's 2009 conference for climate change skeptics.[2]


Contact Details

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Articles and resources

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  1. Heartland Institute, "International Conference on Climate Change: Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?", March 8-10, 2009, page 34.
  2. Heartland Institute, "Co-Sponsors", Heartland Institute website, March 5, 2009.

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