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Futurist Alfred Lambremont Webre’s principal social contributions have been (1) founding the science of Exopolitics through his 2000 book Exopolitics, (2) the 2014 discovery of the Omniverse as the 3rd major cosmological body [after the Universe and the Multiverse] through which humanity understands the cosmos, (3) the development of the Positive Future Equation & the Ascension Hypothesis that describes Soul development in our Universe & Omniverse.
A graduate of Georgetown Preparatory School in classics (1960), Yale University (Industrial Administration Honors-1964), Yale Law School (International Law-1967), University of Texas (Counseling-1997) and a Fulbright Scholar (International Trade-1968), Alfred has taught at two universities (Yale University Economics Department-Taxation) & University of Texas Government Department-Constitutional Law).
Alfred has served in leadership positions in environmental protection, international law and justice, public health, exopolitics, and public broadcasting. He was General Counsel of the New York City Environmental Protection Administration and later consultant to the Ford Foundation’s Public Interest Environmental Law program, overseeing grantees Environmental Defense Fund and Natural Resource Defense Council. Alfred also served as Public Participant, Joint Public Affairs Committee, Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC), Montreal, Quebec, Canada
An international lawyer with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, Alfred later served as Non-Governmental representative at the United Nations (New York & Vienna) and as Judge on the Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal, finding the governments of Tony Blair and George W. Bush guilty of war crimes in Iraq. In public health, Alfred served as Deputy Director of the Brownsville Community Health Center, serving 90,000 annual patient encounters in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, earning a Certificate from the Harvard School of Public Health (1995).
In Exopolitics, while a Futurist at Stanford Research Institute, Alfred served as director of the 1977 proposed Carter White House Extraterrestrial Communication Study, as well as a Disclosure Project witness in 2001.
In public affairs and politics, Alfred served as a Member, Governor's Emergency Taskforce on Earthquake Preparedness, State of California (1980-82); Co-Director, Assassination Information Bureau, Washington, DC, (Public interest counterintelligence to the House Select Committee on Assassinations); Elected Delegate, Texas Democratic Presidential Convention, Dallas, Texas (1996)
A leader in public broadcasting, Alfred produced the Instant of Cooperation, the first live radio program in history between the Soviet Union [Russia] and the United States, nominated for an award at the UN General Assembly (1987). Alfred has been host on WBAI-FM (New York) and Vancouver Coop Radio and he has been featured on major international networks including CBC-TV, CBS-TV, CNN-TV, TruTV, PressTV, and others.