Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Get in early for a breakthrough in AGW Denial


last updated: October 13, 2008

Where and When

The 2009 International Conference on Climate Change will take place in New York City on March 8-10, 2009 (Sunday - Tuesday), at the Marriott New York Marquis Times Square Hotel, 1535 Broadway, New York, NY.

There will be four tracks of panel discussions:

1. Paleoclimatology
2. Climatology
3. Impact of Climate Change
4. Economics and Politics

Or maybe no breakthrough next year. Maybe just the same tired old speakers with the same tired old self-contradictory, cherry-picking arguements...

Confirmed Speakers

Dennis AveryHudson Institute
Joseph BastThe Heartland Institute
Robert BradleyInstitute for Energy Research
Bob CarterJames Cook University (Australia)
Frank ClementePenn State University
John ColemanKUSI-TV - San Diego
Joseph D'AleoInternational Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project
David DouglassUniversity of Rochester
Myron EbellCompetitive Enterprise Institute
Michelle FossUniversity of Texas - Center for Energy Economics
Fred GoldbergRoyal School of Technology (Sweden)
Laurence GouldUniversity of Hartford
William GrayColorado State University
Chris HornerCompetitive Enterprise Institute
Craig IdsoCenter for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change
David LegatesUniversity of Delaware
Jay LehrThe Heartland Institute
Marlo LewisCompetitive Enterprise Institute
Richard LindzenMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Ross McKitrickUniversity of Guelph
Christopher MoncktonScience and Public Policy Institute
Jim O'BrienFlorida State University
Tim PattersonCarleton University
Benny PeiserLiverpool John Moores University (United Kingdom)
Paul ReiterInstitut Pasteur (France)
Arthur RobinsonOregon Institute of Science and Medicine
Joel SchwartzAmerican Enterprise Institute
S. Fred SingerScience and Environmental Policy Project
Fred SmithCompetitive Enterprise Institute
Willie SoonScience and Public Policy Project
Roy SpencerUniversity of Alabama at Huntsville
James M. TaylorThe Heartland Institute


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