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17 Oktober 2014, Frankfurt

8th International Conference on Climate and Energy (ICCE-8)

An Alternative View on Climate Change and Green Energy

"Fracking, Green Energy and Climate Change" could be the title of our International Conference on Climate and Energy in Frankfurt, Germany, October 17, 2014.  

Just six weeks ahead of the UN Climate Conference in Lima (Peru) our conference features international scientists and experts, presenting pressing evidence to reconsider the current policies aimed at "saving the climate".  

 

Listen also to the former Senior Advisor in the Russian Presidential Administration, what the West should do to secure the energy supply needed to keep our economy running.  

 

Benefit from the simultaneous interpretation of the talks and discussions and the seamless exchange of knowledge and ideas. Be part of this international gathering, second only to the Heartland Institute's Climate event in the USA.  

Programme

Friday - 17 October

 

09:00 am  

Registration  

 

10:00 am  

Welcome - Climate Policy as a Means in Itself  

Dr. Holger Thuss  

President, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)  

 

10:15 am  

Panel on Climate: Model vs. Measurements  

moderated by Edgar Gärtner, Hydrobiologist, Science Jurnalist, Author of „Öko-Nihilismus"  

 

Perfect Reconstruction - The Climate of the Last 2500 Years  

Prof. Dr. Horst Lüdecke  

Spokesperson, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)  

 

No Need to Panic? Climate Cycles of the last 250 Years  

Prof. Dr. Carl-Otto Weiss  

EIKE Scientific Counsel, former director und Professor at the Physikalisch-Technischen Bundesanstalt Braunschweig  

 

Climate Facts - What Values are measured?  

Prof. Dr. Friedrich-Karl Ewert  

Member Advisory Board, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)  

 

12:00 am Lunch Break - Joint Lunch  

 

1:00 pm  

How the Formation of Hydro-Carbons and Hydraulic Fracturing Extends their Availability or Why Fracking Makes Sense  

Friedrich-Karl Ewert  

Advisory Board, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)  

 

1:30 pm  

Risks of Hydraulic Fracturing in Germany from a Geoscientific Perspective  

Dr. Volker Wrede  

Geological Service of the Province of North Rhine Westphalia (NRW)  

 

2:30 pm  

Safe Fracking Through Environment Friendly Chemicals  

Dr. Tore Land  

Chief Executive Officer, TouGas Oilfield Solutions GmbH  

 

3:15 pm - 3:45 pm Break  

 

3:45 pm  

Energy Trade in a Time of Conflict. The Impact of Sanctions on Russia's Oil and Gas Sector and EU-Russia Energy Relationship  

Dr. Peter Kaznacheev  

Director of the Centre for Resource Economics at the Russian Academy of National Economy and Managing Partner of Khaznah Strategies Ltd., former Senior Advisor in the Russian Presidential Administration  

 

4:45 pm  

Unholy Alliance - Biofuel, Big Food and the Environmental Movement  

Dr. Jacob Nordangård  

Department of Thematic Studies - Technology and Social Change, Linköping University, Sweden  

 

5:45 pm - 6:15 pm Break  

 

6:15 pm  

15 Years Later - The Costs and Benefits of Going Green  

Dipl.-Ing. Michael Limburg  

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

 

7:15 pm  

Concluding Remarks  

Wolfgang Müller  

Executive Director, Institute for Free Enterprise (IUF), General Secretary (EIKE)  

 

All presentations and discussions until 7:30 pm are interpreted  

German-English and English-German.  

 

8:00 pm  

Evening Event - Joint Dinner with Dinner Speech  

 

"Climate Reporting" - Believe vs. Knowledge. Why Facts don't Matter Much  

Prof. Dr. Hartmut Kliemt  

Vice-President Research, Legal Studies & Ethics Department, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management  

 

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

Venue

Steigenberger Hotel Frankfurter Hof  

Kaiserstraße  

60311 Frankfurt am Main  

 

The Hotel is near the Frankfurt railway station 5 minutes by taxi  

or 12 minutes on foot.  

 

Getting there  

Frankfurt is very well connected by all major airlines, the German Railways and roads.  

The venue is in the heart of Frankfurt and only a 20-minute taxi ride from Frankfurt airport away. Or 30 minutes by public transport.  

Registration and Registration Fees

Private Individuals  

Complete conference including the evening event 100 €  

Fee includes: Lunch, dinner, coffee-breaks, conference bag with book and DVD.  

 

Conference 80 €  

Fee includes: Lunch and coffee-breaks, conference bag with book and DVD.  

 

Half-Day 45 €  

Fee includes: Coffee-breaks.  

 

Evening event 45 €  

Fee includes: Dinner  

 

Company Representatives  

Complete conference including the evening event 200 €  

Fee includes: Lunch, dinner, coffee-breaks, conference bag with book and DVD.  

 

Conferen 160 €  

Fee includes: Lunch and coffee-breaks,conference bag with book and DVD.  

 

Half-Day 90 €  

Fee includes: Coffee-breaks.  

 

Evening event 70 €  

Fee includes: Dinner  

 

Conference fee for students (proof required): 45 €  

Fee includes: Lunch and coffee-breaks  

 

Please register with your full name, address and institution (if applicable) via fax or email. (No specific form necessary).  

Email: info@iuf-berlin.org  

Fax: +49-30-6920-80039  

or via mail:  

Registration Climate Conference  

P.O. Box 110111  

07722 Jena, Germany  

 

Payments to:  

EIKE e.V.
  

Bank: Volksbank Saaletal Rudolstadt
  

Account: 42 42 92 01 BLZ: 830 944 54
  

IBAN: DE34 8309 4454 0042 4292 01
  

BIC: GENODEF1RUJ  

or through PayPal on the EIKE Website.  

 

Whether you manage to join us or not, feel free to support our event.  

 

Donations to the Institue for Free Enterprise (IUF) and the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) are tax deductible. Residents outside Germany or the USA are encouraged to contact us for alternative ways of support.  

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