Toast to UN climate exit in Germany

Conference-goers are united in their conviction that the UN imposes massive economic and political costs upon developed nations that cannot be justified by the benefits, of which there may be none, flowing from the pact.

By |2017-11-10T13:14:23-05:00November 10th, 2017|Climate, Conferences|Comments Off on Toast to UN climate exit in Germany

CFACT co-sponsors climate and energy conference with EIKE

CFACT is proud to partner with EIKE, the European Institute for Climate and Energy, for the conference which opens today in Dusseldorf, Germany. The conference will feature CFACT's Marc Morano, Craig Rucker and many other prominent science and policy experts including Nir Shaviv, Henrik Svensmark, Francois Gervais, Horst Lüdecke, Lord Christopher Monckton and many more.

By |2017-11-10T05:47:49-05:00November 9th, 2017|Climate, Conferences, Energy|20 Comments

German scientist: Researchers fiddling with temperature data

A German scientist is raising serious questions as to whether government data-keepers have been tampering with scientific data to conjure up warming trends where none exist. "It is important to understand whether CO2 truly causes climate change," said Professor Dr. Friedrich-Karl Ewert, "We rely entirely on simulation models.  Reality looks very different from simulations." Dr. Ewert is professor emeritus of geophysics at the University of Paderborn.  He spoke at a scientific conference put on by EIKE, the European Institute for Climate and Energy in Essen, Germany that was co-sponsored by CFACT and the Heartland Institute. Ewert conducted exhaustive research comparing climate [...]

By |2015-12-12T08:53:58-05:00December 12th, 2015|Climate|102 Comments

Svensmark & CERN: cosmic rays influence climate

A cloudy day for global warming zealots Climate science is anything but settled. For years, physicist Henrik Svensmark of the Danish National Space Institute (who has presented at conferences organized by CFACT and EIKE) has been asking inconvenient questions about the relationship between the sun, clouds and climate.  He demonstrated in the lab that cosmic rays from the sun affect cloud formation.  Cosmic rays are a factor not meaningfully considered in the computer climate models which global warming proponents have declared to be so robust that they are beyond discussion. To the vexation of true climate believers, Svensmark's work [...]

By |2012-09-19T12:13:52-04:00September 8th, 2011|CFACT Europe|Comments Off on Svensmark & CERN: cosmic rays influence climate

CFACT cosponsors international climate conference

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, [...]

By |2010-11-10T11:47:09-05:00November 10th, 2010|CFACT Europe, Conferences|Comments Off on CFACT cosponsors international climate conference

Berlin Climate Conference: May 30, 2007

On May 30, CFACT Europe, together with the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)  and the the German Free Market Institute, is co-hosting a conference on current climate affairs in Berlin (Germany). Key note speakers are Professor S. Fred Singer, University of Virginia, and Ernst Georg Beck, biologist, Freiburg (Germany). The event will take place at the German Free Market Institute and will be opened with a presentation of the Canadian documentary Climate Catastrophe Cancelled: What You're Not Being Told About the Science of Climate Change. While Prof. Singer will talk about the policies of the IPCC, Mr. [...]

By |2007-05-06T13:52:16-04:00May 6th, 2007|CFACT Europe, Conferences|Comments Off on Berlin Climate Conference: May 30, 2007
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