Expelling the U.S. delegation would be unbelievably disruptive. These are supposed to be delicate diplomatic affairs. There is no provision in the Paris Agreement for this kind of terminal action, or in the underlying UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, which is a duly ratified U.S. treaty. Fun facts: The U.S. pays 22% of the UN budget and 20% of the UN climate process.
At COP 23, at least, the propaganda spigot has been turned off.
The "Trump effect" which is scaring the heck out of the Bonn negotiators.
Lawyer Farhana Yamin wrote an essay on her experience with sexual harassment at UN climate summits, arguing “the trivialization of women continues.” UN delegates kicked off a major climate summit in Bonn, Germany on Monday.
Scientists, policy experts and interested people are gathering at the Berlin Marriott Hotel on November 11th and 12th for a climate and energy conference presented by EIKE, the European Institute for Climate and Energy and co-sponsored by CFACT.
Meet with top scientists, astronauts and policy experts and get the hard straight facts on global warming as the Heartland Institute again hosts this indispensable gathering. June 11-12, 2015, Washington Court Hotel. Be sure to say hi!
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Good sense on climate on the eve of COP17, the UN climate conference in Durban, South Africa On Friday and Saturday, November 25th & 26th, as the UN prepared to kick off COP17, the UN Conference on Climate Change, in Durban, South Africa, CFACT, the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) and others co-sponsored a climate conference of our own in beautiful Munich, Germany. EIKE was launched in 2007 in Berlin. CFACT is a proud founding member. Interview with EIKE President Dr. Holger Thuss CFACT: What has been the public mood in Germany about global warming? For years, large parts [...]
Scientific briefing CLICK TO VIEW NOW This morning CFACT & EIKE presented a scientific briefing at the UN conference on climate change in Bonn, Germany. The briefing was introduced by Wolfgang Müller of EIKE and Berlin's Manhattan Institut and featured Professor em. Friedrich Karl Ewert a geologist from Paderborn University and Dr. Horst Borchert of the Johannes-Gutenberg Universität in Mainz. The presentations build upon the analysis of Professor S. Fred Singer and provide information on the geological record, solar activity and the big question -- is our climate governed by man or nature?
The UN climate conference in Bonn opens today and CFACT has partnered with EIKE to send a delegation led by Dr. Holger Thuss. The UNFCCC is banking on these subsidiary conferences to set the stage for major agreements in Durban South Africa in December. The global warming scare and the inept and corrupt nature of proposed solutions have fallen far out of favor with the public and policy makers are taking notice and defecting. CFACT has scheduled a UNFCCC hosted press conference for Wednesday, 14:00 CET in the Hotel Maritim's room Haydn. The press conference may be webcast live [...]
Berlin – December 3 & 4, 2010 International Conference on Energy and Climate: Parallel to the UN Climate summit in Cancún we want to invite you to our 3rd International Climate conference. One year after the Climategate scandal, leading international scientists will present new findings in the fields of climate science and energy. In many cases these findings are contrary to the claims made by the IPCC. During two days we will cover topics from the science of climate change to the socio-political and economic impact of current climate and energy policies. Due to the current changes in Europe’s energy policy, [...]
Discord, blame and profiteering at UN Bonn climate conference as UN scrambles to get climate treaty back on track; calls for developed nations to repay 'climate debt' and an 'international court of climate and environmental justice' to prosecute developed world. Full Update at CFACT.org. Press briefing tomorrow June 10, 10:30, room Haydn at Hotel Maritim Bonn. Read our press release at CFACT.tv.
CFACT is reporting from the UN climate talks in Bonn, Germany. Our display addresses issues of alternative energy and juxtaposes wind turbines with the famed Moai, the carved heads of Easter Island, stating that civilization can't run for long on superstition or subsidies. On Saturday and Sunday CFACT met with scientists and policy experts credentialed as members of our delegation in the nearby town of Hennef during a meeting organized by the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE). CFACT is providing publications to every delegation, meeting delegates, briefing the press, raising questions and providing hard information. Our press [...]
ROGER HELMER, MEP Rather to my surprise, I bumped into Mother Earth at the Heartland Climate Conference in Chicago (May 17th). There she was, large as life, in her green gown with a wreath of ivy in her hair (when I first saw the green gown I feared she might be a Warmist saboteur who had slipped past Security, but my worries were unfounded). And she was selling (or strictly speaking, giving out) Carbon Indulgences (that’s the white rectangle in the photograph). Fascinated, I read the text: “This indulgence serves as a remittance of all carbon sins. You are forgiven for [...]