We’re not sure exactly what the hermit crab symbolizes and look forward to finding out. Congratulations to Marc Morano who edits CFACT’s Climate Depot on winning yet another award!
DAVID ROTHBARD & CRAIG RUCKER – The Washington Times As the United Nations wrapped up its recent climate conference in Bonn, talks organizer Christiana Figueres proclaimed that climate change is the “the most important negotiation the world has ever faced.” Faced with real problems – financial meltdowns, unemployment, war and genuine human suffering – the [...]
Watch live streaming video from heartlandinstitute at livestream.com CFACT is proud to partner with the Heartland Institute to bring you the 6th International Conference on Climate Change. Heartland continues to do a real service to science with these conferences which we all should appreciate.
by Einar Du Rietz Interesting to notice how the big-whigs get nervous, as soon as someone else on the top dares to question the holy Global Warming religion. Recent weeks have seen uproar in the European Parliament as British, conservative members openly have defied the “green” promises from London. Recently, Commissioner Janusz Lewandowsky caused even [...]
by Einar Du Rietz Just like Icarus, the UNFCCC and several NGO’s attempts at controlling the climate sometimes feels like the height of pretentiousness. When this permanent crowd is flying around the globe telling ordinary people to change their lifestyles and pay more for necessities, like electricity, it’s nice to find some other perspective. Madhulika [...]
UN Climate Change Conference, Bonn, Germany, June 2011 – An Update from Holger Thuss It doesn’t help that the view is awesome or that the food is great, and that you are surrounded by great historic monuments, if you attend a 2-week-mega-meeting, and nothing happens. That is just boring. And that is in fact what [...]
CFACT-presentation at the UN Climate Change Conference, Bonn, Germany, June 11, 2011 A picture tells more than a thousand words, people say. And if you have something to say affecting scientific or political debates, a movie is even better. Thus, the European CFACT team believed it is a good idea to invite delegates, observers and [...]
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 [...]
Bonn, Germany, June 2011 The view is awesome, the food is great, the historic monuments are impressing, but the delegates are bored – in other words: we are in Bonn, Germany, where 3500 delegates meet for just another UN Climate Change Conference. The meeting is the second in a row of meetings leading to the [...]
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 [...]
An outbreak of E-coli contamination in organic cucumbers has sickened 1,200 people and killed 14. Scores of victims have lost all kidney function as a result of the infection with many forced to use dialysis. Green campaigners routinely attack fruits and vegetables grown and protected using efficient modern methods. No evidence exists that “organic” foods [...]
UK green energy researchers seek exemption from green energy taxes The Guardian reports that “world-class research into future sources of green energy is under threat in Britain from an environmental tax designed to boost energy efficiency and drive down carbon emissions.” Researchers at the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy complained to The Guardian that, “considering [...]
by Einar Du Rietz German Chancellor Merkel’s announcement that all nuclear plants will be shut down within ten years has, rightly caused both joy, confusion and fear. Not just in Germany, but all over Europe. That the announcement was triggered by the resurrected anti nuclear campaign, smelling fresh blood after the – no doubt – [...]