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PARIS CLIMATE CHALLENGE MEDIA ADVISORY AND SCHEDULE

November 28, 2015: "Media Advisory - Paris Climate Challenge Conference: December 1 - 3."

Click here for English version of media advisory.

Cliquez ici pour la version français.

Klicken Sie hier für die deutsche Version.

PCC lead coordinator, the Reverend Philip Foster said, "Across the world hundreds of billions of pounds are diverted from important humanitarian and other concerns to futile attempts to control the world's climate. As will be demonstrated at the PCC conference, this climate scare has become the greatest scandal in the history of science."

Presenting at the PCC will be leading experts such as: 

  • Dr. Bob Carter, professor and former Head, Department of Earth Sciences, James Cook University, Australia

  • Dr. Nils-Axel Mörner, Emeritus Professor of Paleogeophysics & Geodynamics, Stockholm UniversitySweden

  • Professor Murry Salby, author of the new textbook, "Physics of the Atmosphere and Climate"

  • Dr. Patrick Moore, co-founder and ex-Director of Greenpeace

  • Piers Corbyn, solar physicist, weatheraction.com

  • Professor Ian Plimer, geologist and paleoclimate expert, University of Adelaide.

Complete schedule of the conference may be seen here.


 
PARIS COUNTER-CONFERENCE WILL EXPOSE UN'S CLIMATE DECEPTIONS

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE COUNTER CONFERENCE WEB SITE!

Listen to Tom Harris describe the conference on Late Night Counsell, CFRA radio, Ottawa, Ontario, November 3, 2015.


 
STEVE GOREHAM OF CSCA DECONSTRUCTS OBAMA'S CLEAN POWER PLAN:

Read Mr. Goreham's piece "Apple And Google Pour Billions Down A Green Drain," published in The Daily Caller, Washington DC.


 
ICSC STATEMENT ABOUT THE KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE CANCELLATION

November 6, 2015 (Ottawa, Canada): Tom Harris, Executive Director of the International Climate Science Coalition, released the following statement concerning President Barack Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline project:

"It was a serious strategic mistake for the petroleum industry and the Canadian and Albertan governments to think that they could support the idea that we can control the world’s climate by regulating carbon dioxide emissions yet still have the Keystone XL pipeline approved.

"The fact that even the State Department demonstrated that the pipeline would have had an inconsequential impact on climate made no difference. In their bid to ‘decarbonize’ our economies, climate campaigners drew a line in the sand with Keystone XL. It became a symbol of the movement.

"The only way to have defeated such symbolism would have been for industry and government to tell the truth about climate: The impact of human emissions is almost certainly very small in comparison with that of nature. But they were too frightened to do this and so now the Keystone XL project is the latest casualty of the climate scare."


For further information or interviews with ICSC experts, please contact:

--
Tom Harris, B. Eng., M. Eng. (Mech.)
Executive Director,
International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC)

tom.harris[at]climatescienceinternational.net
613-728-9200


 
DISSECTING THE SENATE CLIMATE HEARING

January 5, 2012: There has been strong public interest in the December 15, 2011 climate science and economics hearing before the Canadian Senate Standing Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources.

The complete hearing may be viewed on-line here (2 hours). The English language official transcript of the hearing is available here. The French language official transcript is available here.

ICSC has now assembled a Webpage that includes:

  • interesting parts of the hearing as separate, short video excerpts. This includes the four prepared statements by the scientist witnesses (with all the slides shown inserted) plus all 12 Q&As with the Senators.
  • the written prepared testimony of each of the scientist witnesses.
  • all supplementary material submitted to the committee by the scientist witnesses. 


 
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