As a futurist at The Center
for the Study of Social Policy at Stanford Research Institute,
ALFRED LAMBREMONT WEBRE served as Principal Investigator for a
proposed civilian scientific study of extraterrestrial
communication, i.e., interactive communication between our
terrestrial human culture and that of possible intelligent
This proposed study was
presented to and developed with interested members of the
domestic policy staff of the White House of President Jimmy
Carter from the spring of 1977 until the fall of 1977, when it
was abruptly terminated.
A Fulbright Scholar, Webre
is a graduate of Yale University. He earned his Juris Doctor
from Yale Law School, where he was a National Scholar, and
completed the University of Texas Counseling Program.
He is a member of the
District of Columbia Bar. In addition to serving as a futurist
at SRI, Webre was General Counsel to New York City’s EPA and was
an environmental consultant to the Ford Foundation.
He has taught Economics at
Yale and Civil Liberties at the University of Texas and is an
author. Webre served as a member of the Governor’s Emergency
Taskforce on Earthquake Preparedness for the State of California
(1980-82), a position Governor Jerry Brown appointed him to.
He produced and hosted The
Instant of Cooperation, the first live radio broadcast between
the United States and the former Soviet Union, which was carried
live by Gosteleradio and National Public Radio satellite radio
in 1987. He was elected a Clinton-Gore delegate to the 1996
Texas Democratic Convention.
Webre was a delegate to the
UNISPACE Outer Space Conference and an NGO representative at the
United Nations (Communications Coordination Committee for the
UN; UN Second Special Session on Disarmament).
Today, Webre is a space activist who works with others to
prevent the weaponization of space and to transform the
permanent war economy into a sustainable, peaceful, cooperative
Space Age society reintegrated with a larger, intelligent
He is the International
Director of the Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS),
www.peaceinspace.com; is a founder of the No Weapons in
Space Campaign (NOWIS), a Canadian coalition to prevent the
weaponization of space; and coordinates the Campaign for
Cooperation in Space, available at
He is an On-Air Host on
Vancouver Coop Radio CFRO 102.7 FM, available at
www.coopradio.org, and is the founder of Exopolitics.com:
Politics, Government, and Law in the Universe, an Internet
resource for Exopolitical discourse and advocacy.
Webre lives with his
spouse, psychotherapist and psychic Geri DeStefano-Webre, Ph.D.,
in Vancouver, British Columbia.