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11 - 12 December, Essen, Germany

International Conference on Climate and Energy

The Answer to the 18 Year Pause of Global Warming

According to the "World Climate Council" IPCC there is no global warming for the last 18 year. But despite this obvious discrepancy between alarmist climate models and empirical data, the world's political leaders won't stop "fighting climate change".  

 

In a time when mounting evidence asks for a critical review of the current policies, we bring international experts to Essen, Germany to talk about the threats of ocean acidification, polar bear extinction, extreme weather, temperature rise, the disappearing glaciers and many more.  

 

Programme: Friday, 11 December 2015

09:00 am  

Registration at "Haus der Technik", Essen  

 

10:30 am  

EIKE 2007-2015: Achievements and Challenges ahead  

Dr. Holger Thuss President  

European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)  

 

The Merchants of Fear: Methods and Influence of a self referenced Network  

James Taylor  

Vice President The Heartland Institute  

 

11:00 am  

Global Warming - Temperature Readings vs. Temperature Interpretations  

Prof. Dr. Friedrich-Karl Ewert  

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

 

11:45 am  

Extreme Weather Events - Are we heading for a Catastrophe?  

Dipl. Meteorologe Klaus-Eckart Puls  

Press spokesperson EIKE and former head of the weather offices Leipzig and Essen  

 

12:30 pm Lunch  

 

2:00 pm  

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

Dr. Willie Soon  

Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics  

 

Prof. Dr. Henrik Svensmark  

Centre for Sun-Climate Research des Danish National Space Centre  

 

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Break  

 

4:30 pm  

Polar Bears - The Real Threat to Polar Bears  

Dr. Susan Crockford  

Evolutionary biologist and expert on polar bear evolution,adjunct professor at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.  

 

5:45 pm  

Rising CO2 Levels - The Threat of Ocean Acidification  

Prof. Dr. Tom Segalstad  

Associate Professor of Resource and Environmental Geology, University of Oslo  

 

8:00 pm  

Evening Event: Joint Dinner with Dinner Speech  

How does a Climate Club function?  

Prof. Dr. Charles-Beat Blankart  

Humboldt University, Berlin  

Programme: Saturday, 12 December 2015

9:00 am  

Glaciers- and Forest Development in High Altitude Alpine Areas during the Last 10,000 Years  

Prof. em. Dr. Gernot Patzelt  

University of Innsbruck  

 

10:00 am  

Climate Research at EIKE:  

- Multiperiodic Climate  

- The CO2 Cycle  

Prof. Dr. Horst Lüdecke  

Spokesperson, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)  

 

10:45 - 11:15 am Break  

 

11:15 am  

The Corruption of Science in the Name of Saving the Climate  

Christopher Monckton, 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley  

Chief policy advisor to the Science and Public Policy Institute  

 

12:01 pm Lunch  

 

1:15 pm  

The Environmental and Economic Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing  

Isaac Orr  

The Heartland Institute, Chicago  

 

2:00 pm  

The Implications of Germany's new Energy Concept for Germany's Steel and BasicMaterials Industry  

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Ameling  

Former President Business Association Steel (Wirtschaftsvereinigung Stahl) and former Chairman of Stahlinstitut VDEh2:45 - 3:15 pm Break  

 

2:45 - 3:15 pm Break  

 

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

Michael Limburg  

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

 

4:00 pm  

The Truth about "successful" Projects in the Name of Saving the Climate: An Assessment  

James Taylor  

Vice President, The Heartland Institute  

 

4:45 pm  

Closing Remarks  

Wolfgang Müller  

Executive Director, Institute for Free Enterprise  

 

5:00 pm Reception  

 

All presentations are interpreted German-English and English-German.  

Location

Haus der Technik  

Hollestraße 1, 45127 Essen, Germany.  

 

Just opposite of the Essen Main Train Station ("Hauptbahnhof")  

The Airport Dusseldorf (DUS) is just 20 minutes away from the conference venue.  

 

Map by google maps  

Registration and Registration Fees

Company Representatives  

Conference (Fr. &. Sa.) including Evening Event 260 €  

Conference Friday including Evening Event 180 €  

Conference (Friday or Saturday) Day Ticket 140 €  

 

Private Individuals  

Conference (Fr. &. Sa.) including Evening Event 120 €  

Conference Friday including Evening Event 80 €  

Conference (Friday or Saturday) Day Ticket 60 €  

Half-Day Tickets 30 €  

Students (with proof) Conference: 45 €  

 

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:  

EIKE Registration  

P.O. Box 110111  

07722 Jena, Germany  

 

Payments to:  

Instiut für Unternehmerische Freiheit  

IBAN DE52100700240617607700  

BIC / SWIFT-Code DEUTDEDBBER  

 

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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