Global Warming Conference in New York City


Report #1 from the Global Warming Conference in New York City
Joseph Bast – March 03, 2008
The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change, hosted by The Heartland Institute and more than 50 cosponsors, got off to a fast and successful start … (read more)

Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Climate (pdf)
Edited by S. Fred Singer, Ph.D. – March 02, 2008
The public’s fear of anthropogenic global warming seems to be at a fever pitch. Polls show most people in most countries believe human greenhouse gas … (read more)

Media Advisory: Presentation of the Summary for Policymakers of the NIPCC Report on Global Warming
Diane Carol Bast – March 02, 2008
The Summary for Policymakers of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) is being officially released at the 2008 International … (read more)

Policy Study (pdf): Understanding Visual Exhibits in the Global Warming Debate
Ronald J. Rychlak, J.D. – March 02, 2008
The manipulation of visuals–bar and line graphs, pie charts, even photographs–has proven to be a highly effective way “to offer up scary scenarios” … (read more)

Global Warming Visuals Often Distort Scientific Data
Diane Carol Bast – March 02, 2008
(Chicago, Illinois and New York, New York – March 3, 2008) A new study on the use of visual exhibits in the global warming debate–a tactic employed regularly … (read more)

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3 thoughts on “Global Warming Conference in New York City

  1. I try and keep up with this stuff so thank you for consolidating all of this info. I actually came across that video recently and am glad that it’s getting more publicity.
    Jon

  2. There is no proven correlation between carbon dioxide and global warming which is nearing an intermediate peak. There are going to be a lot of red faces among the alarmist “experts” before 2011.

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