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Sovereignty International, Inc., focuses on threats to national sovereignty in public policies, international treaties and agreements, and in educational and cultural trends.  Representatives of Sovereignty International have attended U.N. meetings around the world since the mid 1990s, reporting back to American audiences through live radio broadcasts, newspaper articles, and printed special reports. 
 

Dr. Michael S. Coffman received his BS in Forestry and MS in Biology at Northern Arizona University at Flagstaff, and his Ph.D. in Forest Science at the University of Idaho at Moscow in 1966, 1967, and 1970 respectively. Since then he has become a respected scientist and ecologist who has been involved in ecosystem research for over twenty years in both academia and industry. He has lead a multimillion dollar research effort in the effects of acid rain and global warming on ecosystems in the US, and became intimately involved in subjects such as wetlands, cumulative effects and biological diversity. He has authored several books and produced numerous videos on environmentalism and the global agenda, and played a key role in stopping the ratification of the Convention on Biological Diversity in the U.S. Senate. Dr. Coffman speaks to a variety of groups nationally and internationally who are interested in the scientific truth behind a variety of topics including but not limited to the environmental movement and the global warming issue. He is currently President of Environmental Perspectives, Inc. (EPI) and Executive Director of Sovereignty International, Inc. He is also an avid reader of history and enjoys traveling.

 
Kristie Pelletier received her Associate of Science in Legal Technology at the University of Maine. Se has worked as a secretary, office manager, music director, research assistant editor and freelance writer. She has worked with Dr. Coffman on a number of issues including global warming and other environmental issues, regulator impacts on property rights, and geopolitics.