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Must See: IKEK4 Video Footage

Last November's 4th International Climate and Energy Conference (IKEK4) in Munich , Germany, co-hosted by CFACT and CFACT Europe, was without any doubt one of the highlights of the international struggle for more science and less politics in climate research. We could see many new faces among the panelists, speakers and participants from all over the world, as well as we could gather many new insights and friendships. However, due to the very unexpected and sad demise of the head of the film crew, the editing and publication of the conference's video footage became more difficult than it used to be. But finally, the EIKE team managed [...]

By |2012-09-19T15:25:25+00:00April 17th, 2012|CFACT Europe, Conferences|Comments Off on Must See: IKEK4 Video Footage

4th International Conference on Climate and Energy (updated)

For the 4th time, the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE), the Berlin Manhattan Institute, CFACT and a few others host an International Climate and Energy Conference, this time in in the Bavarian capital Munich, Nov. 25.-26 (program below). Renowned scientists such as Professors Svensmark, Shaviv, Veizer and Patzelt, as well as bestselling authors such as Donna Laframboise, Andrew Montford and Christopher Horner confirmed their participation. As in previous years, the event is going to be Europe’s no.1 meeting and debating point for climate and energy realists, bloggers, and their friends from all over Europe and beyond. […]

By |2011-10-31T16:48:46+00:00October 31st, 2011|CFACT Europe, Conferences|Comments Off on 4th International Conference on Climate and Energy (updated)

New publication: NIPCC vs. IPCC

A new publication by S. Fred Singer, Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia, came out last week. Its title: NIPCC vs. IPCC - Adressing the Disparity between Climate Models and Observations: Testing the Hypothesis of Anthropogenic Global Warming. It is meant to be an interim science update of the 2008-NIPCC-report. The base of the 28-pages-booklet was the author's presentation at the Majorana conference in Erice, Sicily, in August 2011. What is it about? Whether global warming is natural or manmade is of crucial importance for both climate science and climate policy. Hence the the update on this issue. Besides, the [...]

By |2012-10-22T20:40:01+00:00September 14th, 2011|Books, CFACT Europe|Comments Off on New publication: NIPCC vs. IPCC

German University of Leipzig Suppresses Climate-Critical Seminar

Blatant censorship of dissenting scientific opinions on the subject of climate change and its causes is the post-modern trend. After recent attempts to ban the scientifically undesirable paper by renown scientists Spencer & Braswell and the ban of the climate-critical conference at the Belgian Society of European Engineers and Industrialists (SEII) by IPCC Vice Chair Prof. J. van Ypersele, the Faculty for Physics and Geosciences of the University of Leipzig, Germany, is the next to suppress open scientific debate. Last Tuesday, University of Leipzig science faculty dean Prof. Dr. Jürgen Haase barred a climate seminar organized by (his own) geography professor Werner Kirstein, [...]

By |2011-09-13T12:43:32+00:00September 13th, 2011|CFACT Europe, Conferences|Comments Off on German University of Leipzig Suppresses Climate-Critical Seminar

Satellite Data Shows CO2 Not the Main Cause of Warming

Dr. Roy Spencer in Helsinki Recent satellite evidence shows that computer climate models project too much future warming according to Dr. Roy Spencer who gave the first talk at a yearly meeting of climate realists in Finland coordinated by Dr. Boris Winterhalter.  Dr. Spencer is a resercher in meteorology and former Nasa climate scientist.    He explained that climate models are thrown off by a small amount of warming which results when extra atmospheric carbon dioxide reduces cloud cover […]

By |2012-10-19T17:46:08+00:00September 21st, 2009|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Satellite Data Shows CO2 Not the Main Cause of Warming

The Solar Cycle, Climate, Carbon and Crop Yields: EIKE Berlin

On April 17th and 18th members of the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) gathered at Humboldt University in Berlin for their annual meeting and to discuss the latest developments in climate research and policy. Participants agreed that the current climate debate serves the interests of energy companies and the makers of solar panel and wind turbines, but neglects sound science. […]

By |2016-06-21T14:07:24+00:00April 19th, 2009|CFACT Europe, Conferences|Comments Off on The Solar Cycle, Climate, Carbon and Crop Yields: EIKE Berlin

CFACT’s Presentation to the Paneuropa Youth Conference in Vienna

HOLGER J. THUSS (Jena) On February 6th an audience of 80 assembled in the Miller Aicholz Conference Center in Vienna, Austria, to discuss the upcoming European Elections, and to listen to various prominent speakers addressing this year’s key event of EU politics. Most of the attendees so called PanAlp09 conference were students and young academics from 12 European countries, many of them activists of their own national branches of the Paneuropean youth movement. […]

By |2009-02-10T05:21:00+00:00February 10th, 2009|CFACT Europe, Conferences|Comments Off on CFACT’s Presentation to the Paneuropa Youth Conference in Vienna

Will the U.N. Chill Out on Climate Change?

10,000 people from 86 countries have descended upon Poznan, Poland for yet-another United Nations meeting on climate change. This time, it’s the annual confab of the nations that signed the original U.N. climate treaty in Rio in 1992. That instrument gave rise to the infamous 1996 Kyoto Protocol on global warming, easily the greatest failure in the history of environmental diplomacy. Kyoto was supposed to reduce global emissions of carbon dioxide below 1990 levels during the period 2008-2012. […]

By |2008-12-02T11:57:30+00:00December 2nd, 2008|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Will the U.N. Chill Out on Climate Change?

Germany Cancels Biofuel Plans

Fears repercussions from angry motorists HOLGER J. THUSS (Jena) “ production may go down as one of the biggest blunders in history. An unholy alliance of environmentalists, agribusiness, biofuel corporations and politicians has been touting ethanol as the cure to all our environmental ills, when in fact it may be doing more harm than good. An array of unintended consequences is wreaking havoc on the economy, food production and, perhaps most ironically, the environment.“ Cinnamon Stillwell, San Francisco Chronicle April 2, 2008 Berlin — The German government officially reversed plans to impose controversial legislation that would have increased the mandatory ethanol [...]

By |2012-09-19T23:53:38+00:00April 4th, 2008|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Germany Cancels Biofuel Plans

The Truth About Organic Foods

CFACT is proud to offer its German translation of Alex A. Avery’s The Truth About Organic Foods Two years ago, the the most talked about book on organic foods in over a decade was issued in English – now, with the support of CFACT Europe, it is available to the 100 Million or so German speaking consumers: Alex Avery’s The Truth About Organic Foods. […]

By |2012-09-19T22:54:37+00:00February 5th, 2008|Books, CFACT Europe|Comments Off on The Truth About Organic Foods

CFACT Europe issues new book – “The Climate Catastrophe – What Is It All About?”

Continuing its growth as an important resource on environmental issues, CFACT Europe recently released its latest publication entitled The Climate Catastrophe – What Is It All About? The Nairobi Report on Climate Change, Climate Madness and Climate Hoax.  Click to purchase (German) This provocative booklet examines the latest political developments surrounding the issue of climate change and their relationship to the current state of climate science. It begins by exploring the question of whether there has been any substantial warming outside the range of natural variability (answer: no), continues by examining whether the increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide over the last 100 [...]

By |2008-01-10T15:41:00+00:00January 10th, 2008|Books, CFACT Europe|Comments Off on CFACT Europe issues new book – “The Climate Catastrophe – What Is It All About?”

Report: Berlin Climate Conference

On May 30, CFACT Europe, together with the European Institute for Climate and Energy and the German Free Market Institute (GFMI), hosted a conference on current climate affairs in Berlin (Germany). The high profile event was hosted by GFMI-Executive Officer Wolfgang Mueller and CFACT Europe’s executive director Dr. Holger Thuss and included presentations given by Dr. S. Fred Singer, the former President of the US Weather Satellite Service who also served as an IPCC reviewer, and Ernst Georg Beck, a lecturer and biologist from Freiburg (Germany). […]

By |2007-05-31T03:03:00+00:00May 31st, 2007|CFACT Europe, Conferences|Comments Off on Report: Berlin Climate Conference

Brussels: EPP Energy Seminar Shows Divide Between Old Europe & New

Majority of participants disagree with panelists The timing was perfect. With much of Europe in the middle of a heated public debate regarding energy security and global warming, the center-right European People’s Party (EPP) — Europe’s largest alliance of political parties — together with the think tank European Ideas Network (EIN), jointly organized an important, high profile seminar on “Europe’s Energy Challenge”. […]

By |2007-02-08T16:05:48+00:00February 8th, 2007|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Brussels: EPP Energy Seminar Shows Divide Between Old Europe & New
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