Registration is now open for the Tenth International Conference on Climate Change

Via press release: The Heartland Institute is “the world’s most prominent think tank promoting skepticism about man-made climate change.”

— The Economist, May 26, 2012

Meet us next month in Washington, DC, where we will be hosting our tenth conference with the world’s leading scientists who question whether “man-made global warming” is real. Join us on June 11–12 and learn from top economists and policy experts what the true costs of the global warming “crisis” will be if the alarmists prevail in this important debate.

ICCC10-bannerRegister for the event here 

Meet the leaders of think tanks and grassroots organizations who are speaking out against global warming alarmism. Don’t just wonder about global warming – understand it!

The event will start Thursday, June 11 at 7:00 a.m. We will begin with breakfast featuring keynote speakers and awards ceremonies, followed by sessions, lunch, more keynote speakers, and more sessions. A preliminary schedule for the event is  here. An amazing line-up of speakers!

Speakers already confirmed include U.S. Senator James Inhofe, Mark Steyn, Christopher Monckton, and John Coleman. For more speakers and their bios click here.

U.S. Senator

James Inhofe

Mark Steyn Christopher

Monckton

John Coleman

The past nine International Conferences on Climate Change were unqualified successes. The conferences were extensively covered by the international media and allowed more than 100 experts to share information and ideas regarding the latest science, economics, and politics related to the global warming debate. More than 4,000 people have attended an ICCC. Videos of the presentations are available online at http://climateconferences.heartland.org/.

ICCC-10 takes place at the Washington Court Hotel. Rooms start at only $269 per night plus fees and taxes.

DON’T MISS THE

TENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE

Registration is just $129 and includes

all conference meals and sessions.

Register for the event here, or call 312/377-4000 and ask for Tonya Houston or reach her via email at THouston@heartland.org.


Yes, I am attending – Anthony

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20 thoughts on “Registration is now open for the Tenth International Conference on Climate Change

  1. Glaring Omissions: Paul Homewood, Tony Heller, J Mahorasy’s work on adjustments to world temperatures

  2. Unfortunately…. I’m stuck in Oz. I am Looking forward to the photo of the Professional protesters of the climate church calling all and sundry “Apostate” and all sort of expletive, outside the Conference venue!! If we are Reeeealy Lucky maybe C Milne the almost ex senator and ex leader of the Greens in Oz,might be there, that’s were she learned her trade/religion/belief, on the Barricade!!!

  3. I would like to add that I can scrounge up a 20 to help defray your travel expenses for this conference! Thanks for all you do!

  4. Are there any brave souls that will attend to provide any type of counterpoint?
    No really, are there?
    There is plenty to discuss, more importantly, debate…….
    Come on,,,, this is a chance, Mann, Jones, Nye, Hansen, et all.
    What is a few tough questions if you have your time?
    Just sayin, why not? Why?

  5. Christopher Monckton should consider doing a stand-up comedy routine.
    I have come to appreciate what an impish sense of humor the man has 🙂

  6. I gather that it is in Washington DC, although the notice does not say so. I bought you a beer, Anthony.

  7. Was fortunate to be invited as a panel speaker at ICCC9 on the same panel as Tony Heller and Marc Morano, fortunate this year to have generous benefactors and good luck (in scoring really cheap roundtrip flights) that allows me to attend ICCC10 as an attendee. Good excuse to visit D.C. for the first time, and to revisit with the new friends I met last year along with my older friends.

  8. Anthony,
    There should be $50 making their way to you; have a beer on me while in Washington DC.
    FD

  9. Great lineup.
    O’Bama is big on climate change, so he’ll no doubt drop in.
    It’s a shame we can’t afford Bill or Hillary.

  10. The tenth, I hope theyĺl define climate change and a way to measure in international units.

  11. Nuts, I won’t be anywhere near DC, but the part about “includes all conference meals” is very tempting. ;->

  12. I’ve been to a few of these, if you haven’t been to one, try to attend sometime, or at least watch online.
    I won’t be there this year, every other year seems to be good timing. Too many weddings! Then new carbon footprints in a year or two, I suspect.

  13. ok, I’m in for 50 Murican dollars, to be used on your trip
    Please have fun, Anthony, you deserve it for everything you do!

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