Don’t expect to hear much from the mainstream media about it, but the Heartland Institute‘s second International Conference on Climate Change starts Sunday and runs through Tuesday. A Who’s-Who of reputable, well-credentialed (and/or well-studied) skeptics will meet in New York City to debunk, debate, and ferret out the truth about the science and economics of global warming alarmism. Among the all-star participants:
Czech Republic President Vaclav Klaus
Red Hot Lies author and Spectator blogger Chris Horner
MIT’s Richard Lindzen
The Deniers author Lawrence Solomon
Former Apollo astronaut and geologist Harrison Schmitt
Joe D’Aleo, first director of meteorology for The Weather Channel
Meteorologist and surface station expert Anthony Watts
Harvard astrophysicist Willie Soon
Climate Confusion author Roy Spencer
Really Inconvenient Truths author Iain Murray
Last year’s conference was a hit and given the continuing lack of warming and more shrill alarmism, this year’s conference ought to draw even more attention — maybe even from a few more mainstream journalists.
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