ICCC6 June 30th – July 1st 2011

Register early for the best rate. Yes I will be there, and AFAIK, so will Steve McIntyre. Details:

The web site is still being worked on, I’d recommend telephone registration for now.

CONFERENCE FEES
Early (Until 5/27/11) Standard (6/22/11) FULL REGISTRATION $88.00 $110.00

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION
REGISTRATION ONLINE: Online registrants will receive immediate confirmation via email.
Visit http://www.heartland.org or http://www.globalwarmingheartland.org.
REGISTRATION BY PHONE: Have a credit card ready and call Ms. Zwahy’yah McElrath at 312/377-4000.

REGISTRATION BY MAIL: Visit http://www.heartland.org or http://www.globalwarmingheartland.org.

Complete the reply form and mail it with check or credit card information to:
The Heartland Institute, 19 South LaSalle Street #903, Chicago, Illinois 60603, USA.
Confirmation will be emailed (if email address is provided) within 72 hours of receipt.

CANCELLATIONS: Registrations cancelled prior to 5:00 pm (CST) on May 27, 2011 are subject to a $25 cancellation fee. Registrations are non-refundable after 5:00 pm (CST) on May 27, 2011.

ACCOMMODATIONS
Sleeping room reservations must be made by June 6. The hotel and conference are located at: Marriott Wardman Park, 2660 Woodley Road NW, Washington DC, 20008.
For sleeping room reservations only please call 800/228-9290.
You must mention group code ICCC6.
ROOM RATES: Single $229 / Double $229.00 / Triple $259. All rates are subject to a 14.5 % tax.

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UPDATE: The image originally on this post was apparently sent by to me by mistake and was a artwork sample, with placeholder images, not the final artwork for this conference.  The corrected artwork was sent to me today (Friday) and I have replaced the graphic at the top of this post with it. – Anthony

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17 thoughts on “ICCC6 June 30th – July 1st 2011

  1. Dear Sir:
    I am no one; just a Spanish old woman with no credentials but a lot of curiosity. I have posted here before, and have been treated with the utmost benevolence and politeness, just as if I were someone who mattered.
    So here I come again, to bring a link for a web page about a virtual prize. “The Ruiz de Elvira” prize. It has been organized by some bloggers who visit here, but who will probably not have spoken here about their initiative, as the web page is in Spanish, and focussed mainly on the Spanish scene.
    The price aims to give its virtual medal to the ” most hysterical the least reasonable, the most outrageous “warmist”, of the kind that does not give reliable data, does not listen or answer to the scientists that put other conflicting data that contradict theirs, etc”. Lots of Spanish web pages and blogs are adhering to the initiative.
    I put the link here, in case you, or any of your many Spanish speaking visitors are interested.

    http://premiosruizdeelvira.blogspot.com/

    Thank you very much for everything.
    And, by the way, I have been a bit out of touch lately, so, if anyone has already brought this link, or the prize to your attention, I sincerely apologize.
    María Maestre

  2. Ah, the Marriott Wardman Park. Nice hotel and very convenient to the Metro. But if you consider those room rates high, there’s a B&B, the Woodley Park Guest House, just across the street from it with more reasonable rates plus free Internet access. I stayed there when I attended a conference at the Marriott. Nice folks.

  3. Can’t leave the UK at this exciting time, sorry. But would like to attend if only to find many climate realists on tap.

    Have a productive and enjoyable conference.

  4. Online, Bob Carter gives a demonstrable analysis of the climate over various time periods.

    parts 1-4 commencing with:

  5. Not well timed if you want to get out of DC before the holiday traffic, well timed if you want to tour DC on Independence Day.

    tux:wuwt> cal 6 2011
         June 2011      
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    tux:wuwt> cal 7 2011
         July 2011      
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                    1  2
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    10 11 12 13 14 15 16
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    31
    

    My apologies if the above doesn’t format well. I thought I had recorded what <pre> does, but apparently not. Hey Anthony, can you clean out the test page whenever you clean out Tips & Notes?

  6. Don’t know if it was mentioned, but I believe Stephen McIntyre does not have a PhD as (I think, the print is small) shown on the poster. Not that it matters, but I think he would object.

  7. Official prediction:
    The Gore effect will once again have an affect on the weather in DC. Unseasonably cool summer weather will take hold on June 27th and last through July 4 with rain thruought the week and on the Holiday. An unseasonably cool Arctic air mass will bring snow to the local areaa as the snow level drops to 500′. Nah…Just a bunch of rain and temps that are 20deg below normal

  8. I’ve seen this excellent set of videos before. The bad lighting is a big distraction, as is the sound quality in spots. I wonder if a skilled WUWT fan would be willing to offer Dr. Carter assistance in correcting these technical flaws?

  9. Speaking of Al Gore, a interesting report, put out by the American Univ. of School of Communication on Climate Shift. In the introduction it notes that:

    “For more than 20 years, environmentalists, scientists and philanthropists have worked together to mobilize action in the United States on climate change and to implement policies that address the undeniable, human causes of the problem. The many successes of this coalition, however, have been obscured over the past year by the failure of cap and trade legislation and the inability to achieve a binding international agreement on emissions”.

    http://climateshiftproject.org/report/climate-shift-clear-vision-for-the-next-decade-of-public-debate/#movements-networks-and-progress

    It had a interesting comment over at First Things on the report:

    http://www.firstthings.com/blogs/secondhandsmoke/2011/04/21/global-warming-hysteria-alarmists-postmortem-begins/

  10. viejecita says:
    “So here I come again, to bring a link for a web page about a virtual prize. “The Ruiz de Elvira” prize…
    The price aims to give its virtual medal to the ” most hysterical the least reasonable, the most outrageous “warmist”, of the kind that does not give reliable data, does not listen or answer to the scientists that put other conflicting data that contradict theirs, etc”. ”

    That has “Climate Progress” written all over it. Joe should get the “logro para toda la vida” (lifetime achievement) version.

  11. Professor Bob Carter is a straight-talking paleo-climatologist who elegantly dismantles the AGW hypothesis in his recent book, “Climate – The Counter Consensus”.

    An ardent proponent of empirical science, he has no hesitation in correcting politicians whose statements on this topic are scientifically erroneous. He also presents practical strategies for policymakers in how to deal the with their local climatic events.

    A must-see conference for those interested in the facts and real-world solutions.

  12. I made a reservation for lodging today at the Woodley Park Guest House. The rates aren’t much better there, especially if a spouse will be along and you want to bring your car. However, the air is probably fresher.

  13. Well I have been promising myself a trip to that conference; but this year things are a bit tight, and WDC is a bit too far for my money.

    But I look forward to hearing about some good presentations.

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