Registration now open for the 12th International Conference on Climate Change

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The election of Donald Trump as president of the United States already is having a profound effect on U.S. climate policy. Meet the scientists, economists, engineers, and policy experts who persuaded Trump that man-made global warming is not a crisis, and therefore Barack Obama’s war on fossil fuels must be ended.

The 12th International Conference on Climate Change, taking place on Thursday and Friday, March 23–24 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, DC, will feature the courageous men and women who spoke the truth about climate change during the height of the global warming scare. Now, many of them are advising the new administration or joining it in senior positions

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“This was the best conference that I have ever attended, and in my prior life I used to put on conferences for a living!” – Attendee of ICCC-10 in 2015

ICCC-12 is hosted by The Heartland Institute, “the world’s most prominent think tank supporting skepticism toward man-made climate change” (The Economist). Since 2008, more than 4,000 people have attended one or more ICCCs.

This year’s ICCC focuses less on the science than previous meetings because climate realists have established beyond reasonable doubt that the human impact on climate is likely to be very small and beneficial rather than harmful. Realists have proven that most scientists now share this opinion, except those who have made careers out of finding a human impact and exaggerating it.

The task now is to explain the benefits of ending Obama’s war on fossil fuels and what policy changes are needed to do this. ICCC-12 will feature in-depth, expert discussions about the economics of energy policy and the benefits and costs of fossil fuels.

Space at the conference is very limited, so reserve your conference pass today. Admission, which includes five meals, is $179. For more information, or to register by phone, call Nikki Comerford at 312/377-4000.

ICCC-12 takes place at the Grand Hyatt hotel, 1000 H Street NW, Washington DC. Available hotel rooms at the Hyatt during the conference are few, so we recommend you call to check on availability (202/582-1234), and also inquire at nearby hotels.
The past eleven International Conferences on Climate Change were unqualified successes. The conferences were extensively covered by the international media and allowed more than 200 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 here.

If you’re not able to make the event, you can watch the livestream on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.

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47 thoughts on “Registration now open for the 12th International Conference on Climate Change

  1. Hey, if anyone is going I’d appreciate them taking these “Smoking Guns” and ask some of the presenters during the Q&A about them. The questions were designed to be a definitive list of questions to debunk AGW, and it would be nice to have videos of experts either supporting or rejecting the arguments made in the various articles.

    Climate “Science” on Trial; The Smoking Gun Files
    https://co2islife.wordpress.com/2017/01/17/climate-science-on-trial-the-smoking-gun-files/

    • I am attending but not presenting. However, some good friends will be speaking to the science. I’ll see if I can get some of your Smoking Guns into the Q&A.

      PMK

    • SmokingGun –

      An inclusive, informative quick reference guide to climate truth—posted on what’s arguably the most important forum on the topic— about the attempted persuasion of humanity that a “dangerous greenhouse gas/global warming/climate change/CO2 problem” existed when it didn’t, accompanied by the attempted collection of public tax monies from nations and their citizens to solve a “problem” that never was.

      All of this was based on lies and deceptions by a handful of financial Wizards of Oz who attempted to proffer man-made global warming upon the world as they’d done for decades prior when generating wars and financial crises (depressions, recessions, inflation, deflation) and “shortages” and “bubbles” using their controlled [read: owned] MSM propaganda outlets before the Era of the ‘Net; carnival barkers all, shouting through electronic and fake news print megaphones that humans and livestock were emitting manmade/caused CO2, and that it would take the Rockefellers’ UN and their London financial handlers billons—trillions—to avert this manmade crisis and keep the earth from frying.

      Ingenious, really. A backdoor global tax scam using air—inhaling as well as exhaling—and on the in-take (and excretion of) life-giving sustenance’s by humanity and domesticated livestock; a scheme for siphoning indefinite citizen money to finance their bureaucratic base for a socialist/Marxist one world central government at the UN with themselves (the international banking cartel) in charge
      .
      https://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/11/29/california-passes-a-new-climate-law-to-regulate-cow-farts/#comments (readers’ comments equally informative)

      These same bankers are descended from those who financed the Bolshevik Revolution and takeover of the Russian government and people, and subsequent Holocaust that cost that country 100 million lives by one estimate.

      http://jyrilina.com/english/under-the-sign-of-the-scorpion-the-rise-and-fall-of-the-soviet-empire/

      The bankers also agree with central government planning and control regardless of the cost to humanity—be it lives or treasure—as long as they can profit and collect their spoils that, as in the case of wars, is usury interest on war loans from the victor, and physical acquisitions [first dibs] on the loser’s spoils—gold, silver, minerals, oil, gas, other resources of value—to satisfy the amount of what their loan had been to the loser; all based on prewar loan agreements by both sides prior to them going at it on the battle field.

      War may be an evitable curse of mankind, regardless. I don’t know. What’s known is the London bankers learned to profit from it several centuries ago. It’s among their most lucrative e enterprises.

      America’s founders knew about these bankers, though, and wrote it into the Constitution that only congress could print/coin America’s money. Socialist Woodrow Wilson unconstitutionally and illegally signed this right away to the ancestors of these same London bankers in 1913; allowing them to set up a central bank in America to print and sell this nation its own paper money at perpetual interest on sums the bankers deliberately allowed greedy politicians and government officials to run up; knowing all the while those paper money loans in America and in the other 140 (+) nations (where they had set up central banks as well) that could not be repaid had been secured with those nations’ hard assets and resources—gold, silver, land, water, minerals, gas, oil, government-owned industries, etc.

      How the Bankers Took Over America’s Financial Affairs

      One country—Iceland— told these bankers what they could do with their ill-gotten debt. A handful of corrupt Iceland officials made it to the airport just ahead of the crowds. Most of the rest are now in prison. Twenty-nine, I think, at last count.

      Iceland showed the world one way to stop by these ancient scammers.

      Problem here. There doesn’t seem to be enough honest, uncompromised men or women left in governments around the world to adopt it.

      So, the scams continue. And global warming is one of them; designed to siphon tax monies away from governments and citizens using lies, deceptions, paid “experts”, compliant media, and the perpetually corruptible and greedy politicians and government officials.

      Your quick #34 step guide, this site, are great references. Lucid people are reading, waking up . . .

      Time will tell.

      • Wow, thanks for the comment. I hope you share that article with others, especially with elected leaders and educators. I’ll take a look at all those links, Im always looking for good material for articles. Once again, thanks a million for the comment.

  2. “This year’s ICCC focuses less on the science than previous meetings because climate realists have established beyond reasonable doubt that the human impact on climate is likely to be very small and beneficial rather than harmful. Realists have proven that most scientists now share this opinion, except those who have made careers out of finding a human impact and exaggerating it.”

    Most scientists share this opinion? I hope that’s true, but like on most things I’m very skeptical. I’d like to see some names and some support for this assertion.

    • I agree, I was hoping for a more balanced agenda with a lot more of the science. But there will be some great people there, maybe we can hijack a session. Susan Crockford is speaking, I hope she brings a cute, cuddly polar bear to sic on the snowflakes who are bound to show up and attempt to disrupt the event.

      • Pameladragon

        Perhaps it is just an early intitial list of those who have quickly confirmed attending? Perhaps a Heartland representative will comment on this thread about other potential speakers yet to be finalized.

        John

  3. Those academic institutions and academics who reside close enough to sea level that they will have to move to higher ground as the Earth returns to a norm nearer the Eocene than the Holocene will never be reconciled to allowing industrial society to burn fossil fuels.

    • The best thing President Trump could do would be to organize open debates to be broadcast on TV (probably on PBS). The public is surely unaware that $100bn per year is scheduled to be handed over under COP21. That would peak the public’s interest enormously.

  4. It REALLY is important for Trump to commission some real science. I can’t see how the Climate Change activists can be beaten if they can claim that ALL SCIENCE is on their side…

    • @ Dodgy Geezer
      February 4, 2017 at 12:57 pm: We have plenty, and now it will get an airing so the real debate can start…

    • There already is lots of real science.
      The problem is getting the MSM to give it the same coverage that they give to the fake science.

  5. “Barack Obama’s war on fossil fuels must be ended.” seems to be a big topic for this conference. I hate to point out the obvious and I’m sure many will attack me for doing so but; President Obama spent trillions on wars in the middle east in order to control the resources there for the benefit of Exxon, Chevron, BP, etc. Do you really think we’d be at war there if they weren’t floating on a sea of petroleum? So please, let’s not pretend he was in a war against the use of fossil fuels when the truth is precisely the opposite. I suppose Heartland Institute is as much of a lying propaganda outlet as CNN, NPR, FOX,………etc. Either that or they are equally dumb.

    • Albert, my thinking is this. It is not so much an attack on fossil fuels but an attack on the western culture as a whole. If you want to go live without the benefits of fossil fuels and everything they bring us? You go right ahead. As a free culture no one will stop you and good luck. ( But I’d move to the tropics for starters)

    • Obamas war is on coal to provide an oil & gas monopoly. Assad opposed the Saudi gas pipeline to the EU, at which point Obama and Clinton called for regime change. Russia wants to keep its gas monopoly in the EU, thus they are fighting regime change.

    • Point well taken, Albert, but the U.S. has reserves it’s sitting on; Alaska notwithstanding. There’s no such thing as peak oil.

  6. Fantastic! Common sense has begun to take hold, I applaud you and your staff for the courage it took to remain objective and honest during the last eight years. Good luck.

  7. Scott Pruitt at EPA. An unimaginable turn of events just a few short months ago. Why does it all feel like 1989

  8. In my humble opinion as a participant at times in the general global warming discussion and action, it presently resolves simply to this.
    We have been through times when the thrust of public policy has been shaped not by objective, disinterested, learned and experienced people, but by poorly informed people, often bureaucrats, regulators and/or pressure groups.
    The agenda was captured by people who should not have been given the means to do this. Permission came from politicians – at a casual glance, this was democracy at work. However, the full pattern has been seen before. One capsule view is recommended reading, the book ‘The Apocalyptics’ by Edith Efron. This gives an end play that has yet to happen for global warming and it is more fame and money than democracy at work.
    A major question now, separate from any Trump effect in the USA, is what motivated these bureaucrats etc, how the start of the pattern with a different topic can in future be recognised early and how it can be headed off at the pass without harm to genuine freedom of expression and assembly. There needs to be more understanding of news and opinion media and particularly learned societies when science is involved.
    For 30 years I have sought and failed to understand this motivation. In simplest form it might not be more than a tendency for society to split into pros and cons on many issues, like new sports teams grow opposing supporters.
    At the base of all this is the ever-present tension between institutional and enterprise control. Several Nations now have absurd schemes for the supply of public electricity. These are bureaucratic designs. Private enterprise, when left unfettered, has been shown many times and places in the past to have delivered far superior electrical supply.
    Bottom line explanation? I go for the good old fashioned profit motivation. The drive for profit is powerful when used in a structure that allows its efficient expression. These bureaucratic structures do not allow that. They fail, at the expense of a better nation.
    The Heartland conference, I can but hope, will consider several of these points. It will not disappoint, from past experience.
    Geoff

  9. Geoff – “A major question now, separate from any Trump effect in the USA, is what motivated these bureaucrats…” Motivation for ANY bureaucrat is the First Law of Bureaucracy. That first Law says ‘The First Law of a bureaucracy is to perpetuate itself’ All actions of the bureaucracy MUST be viewed within that context. Therefore, since funds are ALWAYS necessary to both continue and expand the bureaucracy, bureaucrats will always act to seek and promote programs where funds are or can be made available. Political programs and issues where there is secure and expanding funding will therefore always be supported and promoted, legally or not. Conversely, actions which threaten or in fact remove funds are actively discouraged, ignored or dismissed.
    Profit does in fact promote accuracy, truth and efficiency but, since none of these attributes are related to the First Law they are not at all important to a bureaucracy – which is why our government is the way it is. In fact, since efficiency may result in an actual REDUCTION of a bureaucracy it is the antithesis the First Law and is usually actively discouraged, ignored and avoided.

    • Thank you NW sage,
      Worked opposite bureaucrats for many years, but here I am interested in the reason why the dominant response was on the side of early acceptance of the new idea that global warming was going to kill us all. Why was the response not more like ‘Let us watch this more closely and set a framework for analysis? ‘ Or any other plausible, mature response?
      Motivation. What tipped the scales? Formation of the IPPC?

  10. Melissa will be there in her Kia to save the planet and cure you all of your wicked ways ;)
    (hat tip Tim Blair)

    • Good, well written humor is one of hardest things to write, and harder still to sell with (background in ads/mkting), but when done right, it’s a powerful sales tool. We’ve noticed The Dark seems to inhabit the electronic cyclops today, though we watch little (weather maintains our interest during hurricane season). Cowboys Herding Cats was TV commercial humor at its best, IMO. My all-time favorite radio commercial that-connected with humor (without a single visual) is linked below. It’s one minute. (Delete after the commercial is over. Unrelated stuff follows)

  11. The election of Donald Trump as president of the United States already is having a profound effect on U.S. climate policy. Meet the scientists, economists, engineers, and policy experts who persuaded Trump that man-made global warming is not a crisis, and therefore Barack Obama’s war on fossil fuels must be ended.

    The 12th International Conference on Climate Change, taking place on Thursday and Friday, March 23–24 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, DC, will feature the courageous men and women who spoke the truth about climate change during the height of the global warming scare. Now, many of them are advising the new administration or joining it in senior positions.
    _________________________________________

    Ain’t that good news, man ain’t that news.

    Looking for the outcomes – Hans

  12. It is very interesting and strange that so many of us call “scientists” stupefied policy and did not know the power relationship of the sun and planets, according to what we Avak weak stimulate the energy, we can change in relation to climate.
    I have to repeat, climate change and global warming on the planets, to the consequences of mutual relations of the planet, each other and the sun.
    I’m interested in why you are in your newspaper do not have any interest to publish prove to refute all previous stupid ideas and theories on climate change, and on this idea is in vain, spent several tens of trillions of dollars, why?
    Is there any tool that will influence to awaken those who believe in the truth.

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