Munich climate conference to debunk myths during UN’s Qatar climate summit

By |2012-11-21T10:53:08+00:00November 18th, 2012|CFACT Europe|4 Comments

Join CFACT in Munich!

CFACT Europe will participate in a climate and energy conference in Munich Germany November 30th and December 1st, during  the UN’s climate summit in Qatar.  The conference is organized by EIKE,  the European Institute for Climate and Energy.


8th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-8)
V International Conference on Climate and Energy (ICCE-5)
Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Munich, November 30 – December 1, 2012

Friday – November 30
08:00 am Registration
09:00 am
Welcome – Why are We Still Dealing with Climate?
Wolfgang Müller
European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)
Dr. Marcus Ernst
President, Peutinger Collegium
9:30 am
NASA GIS Changes Temperature Data Retroactively – Why?
Prof. em. Dr. Friedrich-Karl Ewert
University Paderborn
10:00 am
Setting the Record Straight – Politics, the Media and the Abuse of Science
James M. Taylor
Senior fellow, The Heartland Institute
Climate Science I
10:30 am
Checking the Evidence for Man-Made Global Warming
Prof. Dr. Fred Singer
11:30 am – 12:00 am Break
12:00 am
“Emerging diseases” and Climate Change
Prof. Dr. Paul Reiter
Unité “Insectes et Maladies Infectieuses” Institut Pasteur, Paris
1:00 pm Lunch
Climate Science II
2:30 pm
Climate Change – Good or Bad?
Prof. em. Dr. Josef Reichholf
Committee for Ecology of the Bavarian Academy of Science
Energy I
3:15 pm
The implications of Germany’s new Energy Concept for Germany’s Industry
Dr. Utz Tillmann (tbc)
CEO of Union of Chemical Industries in Germany VCI
4:00 pm
Relying on Non-Renewables – The Case of Poland
Dr. Thomas Teluk
Globalization Institute, Poland
4:30 pm – 5:00 pm Break
5:00 pm
“Germany’s new Energy Concept” and its Cost for the Consumer
Günter Ederer
Journalist, Author and Film Producer

5:45 pm
Shale Gas – A Source of “Alternative” Fossil Energy?
Klaus Angerer
General Manager, BNK Deutschland GmbH
6:45 pm End of first day
7:30 pm Dinner (separate registration necessary)
8:30 pm Dinner Speech
Prof. Dr. Getrud Höhler, consultant and author of “Die Patin: Wie Angela Merkel Deutschland umbaut”

Saturday – December 01
Climate IV
08:30 am
After the US Election – The “New” Climate and Energy Policies of the US Government
Michael Goetz
Assoc. Director, CFACT Europe
09:15 am
The IPCC – Almost nothing you’ve been told about this organization is actually true
Donna Laframboise
10:00 am
Sea Level Changes – Facts and Fiction
Prof. em. Dr. Niels Axel Mörner
Department of Paleogeophysics & Geodynamics, University of Stockholm
10:45 am – 11:15 am Break
11:15 am
Glaciers- and forest development in high altitude alpine areas during the last 10,000 years
Prof. em. Dr. Gernot Patzelt
University of Innsbruck
12:10 pm
Causes for Recent Climate Changes: The Role of CO2
Prof. em. Dr. Horst Lüdecke
University of Applied Science of the Saarland
12:30 pm – 2.00 pm Lunch
Climate V
2:00 pm
Why do we observe most heavy precipitation following eclipses?
Prof. Dr. Walter Fett, Berlin
Freie Universität Berlin
2:45 pm
The cosmic ray climate link – evidence and implications to the understanding of climate change
Prof. Dr. Nir Shaviv
Racah Institute of Physics – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
3:45 pm
Germany’s new Energy Concept between Dream and Reality
Prof. Dr. Helmut Alt
University of Applied Science Aachen

4:30 pm – 5:00 pm Break
Energy II
5:00 pm
“Peak Oil, Peak Gas? Do we need an Alternative Energy Supply?
Dan Lewis
Chief Executive, Economic Policy Centre London
5:30 pm
How Should We Transform Our Energy Transformation?
Prof. em. Dr. Horst Lüdecke
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft des Saarlandes
6:00 pm
The history of Biofuels in the European Union – From environmental savior to climate bomb trigger
Jacob Nordangård
Department of Thematic Studies – Technology and Social Change, Linköping University
6:30 pm
Panel: (Un)-Intended Consequences of Todays Environmental Policies
James Taylor – The Heartland Institute
Michael Limburg – European Institute for Climate and Energy
7:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Closing remarks
Dr. Holger Thuss
President European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)
7:15 pm Reception and end of conference

Venue: Hotel Bayerischer Hof

Promenadeplatz 2, 80333 Munich (Germany)
Registration Fees:
150 € Private Individuals, (90 € Day Tickets)
320 € Company Representatives (2 days)
Registrations after November 16, 2012 are subject to a surcharge of 30 € per Ticket.
The registration fees include morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch. All prices include VAT.
Special dinner in the “Roof-Garden“ (Friday, 30 November):
75 € per Person (including drinks)
Click to register


  1. jameshrust November 19, 2012 at 10:54 AM

    Thanks to CFACT for sponsoring this conference. The preceding 7 International Conferences were blockbusters. I am confident this conference will meet the same standards as the preceding conferences bearing this name.
    James H. Rust, Professor of nuclear engineering.

  2. a patriot November 20, 2012 at 4:24 PM

    I hope that reason can prevail. I think that scientists must retake control of their professional organizations to make the politicians listen to scientific reason since they are totally dependent on science for advice(justification for their desired tax schemes). Only when confronted with the real lack of evidence for AGHW presented through the scientific institutions can we use the courts to curtail the voracious lust of state, national and world UN politicians for taxes. I hope that collapse of western economies will not be required to bring this climate nonsense to an end.

  3. J.P. Katigbak April 20, 2013 at 12:22 AM

    I just hope that there would be nothing to worry about the misguided attempts aimed at various economies and societies around the world to be imposed upon by the twin ideological and philosophical doctrines of environmentalism and what I call “democrazy/deMOBcracy/de-mock-racy”.

    There is nothing to be further from the truth regarding the situation at this time.

    Therefore, it is important for people like me to confront the realities of the twin effects of both environmentalism and so-called “democracy” have on various societies and economies around the globe. Please Lord help us curb the twin ideological and philosophical exorcisms from happening again.

    And, please, don’t let depressing politics interfere with traditional values and customs of societies and ruin the economies of nations the world over.

    I also hope that there would be respect for cultures and customs, and better management of the respective economies around the world to prevent misunderstandings over trade and commerce. Thank you very much.

    Yours sincerely, J.P. Katigbak

  4. Frodo baggins February 2, 2016 at 5:37 AM

    The stupidity of people ignoring the peril of the pollution of fossil fuels, while fixating on the irrelevant ignorance called taxes is astounding.

    Taxes are not the argument here. Taxes are already a problem, since most of them go to bankers to pay debt and interest on money they create out of nothing. These are the same asshats who own the oil companies that have the retards whining about taxes in order to maintian the ignorance of fossil fuels.

    This is a differnet issue….

    Burning a finite, and precious resource for auto fuel and energy is simple stupidity.When we have an abundunce of energy from the sun. Not too profitable for those folks that have you whining about taxes though.

    There is no rational counter argument here. Only ignorance being presented as knowledge.

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