Watch the 12th International Conference on Climate Change Live (Thursday morning US time)

The 12th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-12) will take place on Thursday and Friday, March 23–24 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, DC, thanks to the Heartland Institute. Watch and hear the scientists, economists, engineers, and policy experts who persuaded President Donald Trump that man-made global warming is not a crisis, and therefore Barack Obama’s war on fossil fuels must be ended.


More information below…

Thursday, March 23
8:00AM – 9:00AM Breakfast Keynote
9:25AM – 10:40AM Panel 1A: Environmental Economics Panel 1B: Climate Science
10:45AM – 12:00PM Panel 2A: Fossil Fuels & Human Prosperity Panel 2B: Cost-Benefit Analysis & the Social Cost of Carbon
12:55PM – 2:00PM Lunch Keynote
2:30PM – 3:45PM Panel 3A: Fossil Fuels & the Environment Panel 3B: Fossil Fuels & World Peace
3:50PM – 5:00PM Panel 4A: Fossil Fuels & Human Health Panel 4B: Climate Politics & Policy
6:30PM – 8:15PM Dinner Keynote
Friday, March 24
8:00AM – 9:00AM Breakfast Keynote
9:25AM – 10:40AM Panel 5A: Sustainability Panel 5B: Cost of Alternative Fuels
10:45AM – 12:00PM Panel 6: Resetting Climate Policy
1:00PM – 2:00PM Lunch Keynote

Just a few of the speakers you’ll be watching:

J. Scott Armstrong
Professor at the Wharton School
of Business at the University of

Susan Crockford
Professor and polar bear scholar, the University of Victoria, BC

Kevin D. Dayaratna
Senior statistician and research programmer for The Heritage Foundation’s Center for Data Analysis

Myron Ebell
Director of the Center for Energy
and Environment at the Competitive
Enterprise Institute, chairs the Cooler Heads Coalition and led Trump’s transition team for EPA 

Roger Helmer
Minister for the United Kingdom in the European Parliament

Patrick Michaels
Director of the Center for the
Study of Science at the Cato Institute

Lord Christopher Monckton
Former chief policy advisor to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher 

S. Fred Singer
Founder of the Science and Environmental Policy Project

Benjamin Zycher
Resident scholar at the
American Enterprise Institute





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16 comments to Watch the 12th International Conference on Climate Change Live (Thursday morning US time)

  • #
    Ted O'Brien

    The strength of the reaction to this conference should give us a measure of the state of the argument on AGW. As, in the real world, Hazelwood closes.

    As time goes by Australia may find that the bitterest pill of all was that Al Gore was able to protect Gillard’s RET for long enough to take us past the point where injury could be avoided.

    How much money was instantly added to Al Gore’s portfolio by Clive Palmer’s announcement that he would not allow the removal of the RET, thereby thwarting Tony Abbott’s mandate?


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    Magnus Thorfought

    For those of us who won’t be able to catch the live stream, will it be available somewhere for us to download or watch later?


  • #
    Oliver K. Manuel

    Thanks for posting this information.


    • #
      Oliver K. Manuel

      I discovered today that the so-called “ground roots” March for Science on “Earth Day” (22 April 2017) is sponsored by major science research, organizations including the U.S. National Academies, that refuses to discuss or debate the logic error in the definition of nuclear energy that hid neutron repulsion as the primary source of energy in cores of:

      1. Heavy atoms like Uranium
      2. Some planets like Jupiter
      3. Ordinary stars like the Sun
      4. Galaxies like the Milky Way
      5. The expanding Universe

      See: march-for-science-dc


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        Peter C

        Could you explain a bit more about the expanding universe?

        Is it actually expanding?


        • #
          Oliver K. Manuel

          Yes, it seems to be expanding and entropy increasing as:

          compacted e-/p+ => expanded e-/p+


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    Oliver K. Manuel

    The universe is “alive” and “breaths” because every atom is composed of two forms of one fundamental particle that can be reversible transformed:


    When the neutrons are gone, gravitational attraction between interstellar hydrogen atoms should reverse the process, and the universe will then collapse for its next expansion