Drew Wilson, chairman of CACOR at the time, provided his perspectives on a summer CACOR debate session (the CACOR 1996 Symposium) involving Andy Clarke and Jack Milne. He was acting as an informal rapporteur.
Most importantly, Drew observed that CACOR needed to take more advantage of the internet, but should continue to interface with traditional media. CACOR needed to do more outreach and to have a more formal information system to attrct the attention of the media. He suggested a Press Secretary might be in order.
For the recorded remarks in the debate, see the link below.