Conference Theme: Global Warming is Not a Crisis

The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change is the first major international conference to focus on issues and questions not answered by advocates of the theory of man-made global warming.
Hundreds of scientists, economists, and public policy experts from around the world will gather on March 2-4, 2008, at the Marriott New York Marquis Hotel on Manhattan’s Time Square, to call attention to widespread dissent in the scientific community to the alleged “consensus” that the modern warming is primarily man-made and is a crisis.
The goals of the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change are:
to bring together the world’s leading scientists, economists, and policy experts to explain the often-neglected “other side” of the climate change debate;
- to sponsor presentations and papers that make genuine contributions to the global debate over climate change;
- to share the results of the conference with policymakers, civic and business leaders, and the interested public as an antidote to the one-sided and alarmist bias that pervades much of the current public policy debate; and
- to set the groundwork for future conferences and publications that can turn the debate toward sound science and economics, and away from hype and political manipulation.
Attendance is limited to 500 people. Those who are urged to attend include elected officials, business leaders, manufacturers associations, trade associations, editors, and publishers.
Please direct inquiries to James M. Taylor at [email protected]

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