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10 April 2014

7th International Conference on Climate and Energy (ICCE-7)

Steigenberger Hotel Mannheimer Hof, Mannheim, 10 April 2014

The conference is based on the fact that the scientific debate is not over and that a critical scientific and economic analysis is more important than ever. The real science and economics of climate change support the view that global warming is not a crisis and that immediate action to reduce emissions is not necessary. This is, in fact, the emerging consensus view of scientists outside the IPCC and most economists outside environmental advocacy groups.  

 

In cooperation with the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) and Haus der Zukunft Berlin  

Programme - Thursday, April 10

09:00 am  

Registration  

 

10:00 am  

Welcome - The Never Ending Story of Saving the Climate  

Dr. Holger Thuss  

President, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)  

 

10:15 am  

The IPCC - Almost Nothing You've been told about this Organization is actually True  

Donna Laframboise  

Blog nofrakkingconsensus.com, Author of the Book "The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken for the World's Top Climate Expert", Toronto, Canada  

 

11:00 am  

Facts instead of Emotions - Searching for the Catastrophe  

Dr. Wolfgang Thüne  

Former ZDF Weatherman, Meteorologist and Author  

 

11:45 am  

The Implications of Germany's New Energy Concept for Germany's Industry  

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Ameling  

Former President Business Association Steel (Wirtschaftsvereinigung Stahl) and former Chairman of Stahlinstitut VDEh  

 

12:30 pm Lunch  

 

1:30 pm  

The Cosmic Ray Climate Link -  

Evidence and Implications to the Understanding of Climate Change  

Prof. Dr. Nir Shaviv  

Racah Institute of Physics - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem  

 

2:15 pm  

The Impact of Solar Activities and Cosmic Rays on the World Climate  

Prof. Dr. Henrik Svensmark  

Centre for Sun-Climate Research des Danish National Space Centre  

 

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Break  

 

3:30 pm  

Sound Science? Climate Models and the Evidence  

Prof. Dr. Richard Lindzen  

Atmospheric Sciences in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at MIT  

 

4:15 pm  

The Cost of Going Green - The Bad Example of Germany's New Energy Concept  

Michael Limburg  

Vice-President, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)  

 

4:45 pm  

Finding and Understanding the "hidden" Drivers of Climate Change  

Dr. Sebastian Lüning  

Geologist and Co-Author of „Die Kalte Sonne"  

 

5:30 pm - 5:45 pm Break  

 

5:45 pm  

Germany's New Energy Concept between Dream and Reality  

Prof. Dr. Helmut Alt
  

University of Applied Science Aachen  

 

6:15 pm  

The Role of Conventional Power Plants in the time of the Energiewende  

Bernd Preißendörfer  

Unternehmensentwicklung/Energiewirtschaft, Großkraftwerk Mannheim AG  

 

7:00 pm  

Concluding Remarks  

Wolfgang Müller  

Executive Director, Institute for for Free Enterprise  

 

Evening Event  

 

7:30 pm Joint Dinner with Dinner Speech  

 

Inquisition und Ablasshandel - Wie mittelalterliche Projekte in der Umweltbewegung wiederentdeckt werden  

Dr. Sebastian Moll  

Evangelisch-Theologische Fakultät, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz  

Programme - Friday, 11 April

- Fully booked -  

 

Excursion to the Coal Fired Power Plant Großkraftwerk Mannheim (GKM)  

8:30 am  

Departure to the Power Plant „Großkraftwerk Mannheim" (GKM)  

Meeting point for departure: Steigenberger Hotel Mannheimer Hof, Augustaanlage 4, Mannheim  

 

8:45 am  

Short Film about the Construction of Block 9, Security Advisory  

Meeting point: Infocenter Großkraftwerk Mannheim, Altriper Straße 30, 68199 Mannheim  

 

9:15 am  

Tour of the Construction Site covering the Stations: Engine Hall, Boiler Hall, Coal Mills, Construction Road to the Fly Ash Containers and Optional Ride to the Roof  

 

11:00 am  

Q & A and Discussion with Speakers and Participants  

Bernd Preißendörfer, Corporate Development/Energy Economy, GKM  

Georg Rombach, Maintenance and Coordination, High Tension und Switchgear Technology, GKM  

 

11:30 am  

Tour of Block 8  

Georg Rombach, Maintenance and Coordination, High Tension und Switchgear Technology, GKM  

 

ca. 12:30 pm Return to Steigenberger Hotel and End of the Official Programme  

 

All presentations until 7:00 pm on 10 April are interpreted  

German-English and English-German.  

 

The organisers reserve the right to change the programme at short notice.  

 

Venues

April 10 (Conference): Hotel Mannheimer Hof, Augustaanlage 4, 68165 Mannheim, Germany  

 

April 11 (Excursion Power Plant): Großkraftwerk Mannheim, Altriper Straße 30, 68199 Mannheim (places are limited)  

Registration

Private individuals participating at the Cconference 10 April and Evening Event: 80 €  

Booking of programme parts: Conference 10 April: 60 €, Half-Day: 30 € Evening Event 10 April: 20 €  

 

- The excursion on April 11 is already fully booked -  

 

Company representatives participating at the Cconference 10 April and Evening Event: 160 €  

Booking of programme parts: Conference 10 April: 120 €, Half-Day 70 € Evening Event 10 April: 40 €  

 

Registration  

With your full name, address and institution via fax or email:  

Email: info@iuf-berlin.org  

Fax: +49 30 - 6920-80039  

or via mail: Climate Conference EIKE , P.O. Box 110111, 07722 Jena, Germany  

 

Payments to: EIKE e.V.
 Bank: Volksbank Saaletal Rudolstadt
  

IBAN: DE34 8309 4454 0042 4292 01
 BIC: GENODEF1RUJ  

or through PayPal on the EIKE Website.  

 

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