The Tenth International Conference on Climate Change (#ICCC10) will take place Thursday, June 11 and Friday, June 12, 2015 at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington, DC.
The conference will explore these important questions:
- Is it time for Congress to take a fresh look at climate science and examine the economic impacts of past and current laws?
- Is it time for Congress to explore better science-based policies for energy and the environment?
- In short: Isn't it time to start over on the question of global warming?
Learn the answers to those questions by joining scores of scientists, economists, and policy experts for this conference in the heart of Washington, DC. This two-day event, organized by The Heartland Institute, will feature five news-making keynote addresses, 14 panel discussions, and five award presentations for achievement in climate science and communications. (Click here to see a list of previous award winners.) The conference schedule is still coming together, but reserve your space early and register today!
Check the conference website for more updates as the conference approaches, and visit the conference archive site to watch presentations from 197 speakers at our nine previous conferences.
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