Release: CFACT to hold press conference in Doha — Thursday

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Senator Inhofe delivers message to COP 18

Morano releases Extreme Weather Report

Lord Monckton argues against CO2 mitigation

CFACT Press Conference – Thursday, December 6, 14:30, Press Conference Room 2

(Doha) Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) will be holding a press conference tomorrow to call on the United Nations to halt its efforts to create a new climate change treaty.

United States Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) will deliver a message to COP 18 warning about the consequences of any action taken by the United Nations to extend the Kyoto Protocol beyond 2012.

CFACT will release a report by Marc Morano, “Extreme Weather Report 2012,” which clearly shows there has been no increase in severe weather events as a result of climate change.

Lord Christopher Monckton will release a reviewed paper, “Is CO2 mitigation cost effective?”, which will be published in this year’s annual proceedings of the seminars on planetary emergencies of the World Federation of Scientists.

Cathy Adams, International Issues Chairman of Texas Eagle Forum, will comment on how the UNFCCC’s “paperless” initiative has led to less transparency in the negotiating process at COP 18.

CFACT is your best source for COP 18 news and analysis that challenges the status quo. More information – including bios, video, pictures, news and commentary – at CFACT.org/qatar and ClimateDepot.com. CFACT’s experts are available to all media.

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  • danniken

    The greatest damage from “global warming” is that from the hot air coming from the global warming junkies that use this false and unprovable “science” to push their political agendas down others throats.