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More than 75 of the world’s elite scientists, economists, and policy advisors are presenting at the second International Conference on Climate Change in New York through Tuesday, March 10, 2009. Their presentations will be published here as they become available from the authors.

The full conference program, including full speaker bios and cosponsor information, is here.

Swedish blogger Maggie Thauerskold will broadcast portions of the International Conference on Climate Change at her Web site, http://www.theclimatescam.com/.


Sunday, March 8
3:00 - 8:00 pm Registration
3:00 - 7:00 pm Exhibit hall open
5:00 - 6:30 pm Registration and reception
6:30 - 9:30 pm Opening dinner with keynote speakers (watch uncut video)
Joseph L. Bast - Opening Remarks
Hon. Vaclav Klaus - No Progress in the Climate Change Debate
Richard Lindzen - Climate Alarm: What We Are Up Against, and What to Do
9:30 - 10:30 pm Networking and reception
Update #1: 2009 International Conference on Climate Change
http://www.heartland.org/full/24843


Monday, March 9
7:00 am - 5:00 pm Exhibit hall open
7:30 - 8:30 am Breakfast with keynote speakers (watch uncut video)
Hon. Tom McClintock - Inconvenient Questions
Lawrence Solomon - Our Green Friends
8:30 - 8:45 am Break
8:45 - 10:15 am Session I
Track 1: Paleoclimatology
Tom Segalstad - Carbon Isotope Mass Balance Modeling of Atmospheric vs. Oceanic CO2
Syun Akasofu - Natural Causes of 20th Century Warming: Recovery from the Little Ice Age and Oscillatory Change
David Evans - Carbon Dioxide Not Responsible for 20th Century Warming
Track 2: Climatology - Serious Problems with IPCC Forecasting Procedures
J. Scott Armstrong - A Forecaster’s View of Climate Change: Methodology Also Counts
Kesten Green - Validity of Climate Change Forecasting for Public Policy Decision Making
Terry Dunleavy- 'Consensus' in Climate Science: An Unsubstantiated Urban Myth
Track 3: Climate Change Impacts
Alexandre Aguiar - Dubious Connections between Global Warming and Extreme Weather Events
Craig Idso - Carbon Dioxide, Global Warming, and Coral Reefs: Prospects for the Future
David Legates - Climate Change and Extreme Events: Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics
Track 4: Economics and Politics - The Economics of Energy Rationing
Marlo Lewis - Economic Train Wreck: Regulation CO2 Emissions Under the Clean Air Act
Ross McKitrick - Calling the Cap-and-Trade Bluff
David Kreutzer - Modeling Results on the Effects of Cap and Trade
10:15 - 10:30 am Break
10:30 - 11:00 am Book-signing in the Exhibit Hall: Robert L. Bradley, Jr.
10:30 am - 12:00 noon Session II
Track 1: Paleoclimatology
Fred Goldberg - Do the Planets and the Sun Control Our Climate and the CO2 in the Atmosphere?
Craig Loehle - 1,500-Year Climate Cycles, Broken Hockey Sticks, and Ocean Cooling
Tim Patterson - Gleissberg Cycle: Pacemaker for the Pacific Decadal Oscillation?
Track 2: Climatology
William Kininmonth - A Natural Limit to Anthropogenic Global Warming
Brian Valentine - Proposed Experimental Methods to Measure the Downward Directed Component of Radiation from CO2 in the Night Sky
Jan Veizer - Climate, Water, Carbon Dioxide, and the Sun
Track 3: Climate Change Impacts - Exposing the Myths Regarding Global Warming and Human Health
John Dale Dunn - Human Health Effects of Warming and Cooling
Joel Schwartz - Climate Chnage and Human Health: A California Perspective
Howard Maccabee
Track 4: Economics and Politics - The Political Outlook for Energy-Rationing Policies
Marc Morano - Prospects for Cap-and-Trade Legislation in the New Congress
Chris Horner - Re-Writing the Rules for Kyoto II: Turning a Treaty into a Congressional-Executive Agreement
Myron Ebell - Prospects for Energy Rationing: It's Not as Grim as it Looks
12:00 noon - 2:00 pm Lunch and keynote speakers
Hon. Harrison Schmitt - Climate Facts that Really Are Facts (watch uncut video)
Art Robinson - Nobel Prize for Death (watch uncut video)
2:00 - 2:15 pm Break
2:15 - 2:45 pm Book-signing in the Exhibit Hall: Christopher C. Horner
2:15 - 2:45 pm Book-signing in the Exhibit Hall: Iain Murray
2:15 - 3:45 pm Session III
Track 1: Paleoclimatology
Dennis Avery - Predicting 21st Century Global Warming with the 1,500-year Climate Cycle
Joe D’Aleo - Data Integrity Issues, Natural Variability, and Climate Change
Track 2: Climatology
Patrick Michaels - EPA’s Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
William Cotton - Weather and Climate Engineering
Anthony Lupo - Inter-annual Temperature Variations
Track 3: Climate Change Impacts
Indur Goklany - Climate Change Impacts
Paul Reiter - The EDEN Project: Emerging Diseases in a Changing European Environment
Stanley Goldenberg - Is There a Link between Global Warming and Hurricane Activity?
Track 4: Economics and Politics - The Morality of Energy Rationing
Barun Mitra -The Three E's of Energy: Ethics, Economics, and Efficiency
Cal Beisner - Remember the Poor: A Christian Perspective on Energy Rationing
Roy Innis - Congress of Racial Equality
3:45 - 4:00 pm Break
4:00 - 4:30 pm Book-signing in the Exhibit Hall: Patrick J. Michaels
4:00 - 5:30 pm Session IV
Track 1: Climatology
Richard Keen - Volcanoes and Climate Change Since 1980: A View from the Moon
David Douglass - The Models Still Do Not Agree with the Observations
Nir Shaviv - New Solar-Climate Link and Implications for Our Understanding of Climate Change
Track 2: Climatology
Anthony Watts - Weather Station Siting Issues within the USHCN Surface Station Network
Steve McIntyre - Do We Know that the 1990s Were the Warmest Decade of the Millennium?
James J. O'Brien - The Truth about Climate Change in the Southeast United States
Track 3: Economics and Politics - The Kyoto Zone
Roger Helmer - The EU Parliament
Benny Peiser - The Crisis of EU Climate Policy
Gabriel Calzada - Spain's New Economy: Boom and Bust of the Spanish Renewable Miracle
Track 4: Economics and Politics
Kenneth P. Green - A Green Economy, or a Tide of Red Ink?
Bob Ferguson - State Climate Policies: Arkansas as Profile
Tom Tanton - Are California's Global Warming Policies a Model for the Nation?
5:30 pm Dinner on your own
8:00 - 11:00 pm Dessert reception
8:30 - 9:00 pm Book-signing in the Exhibit Hall: Richard A. Keen
Update #2: 2009 International Conference on Climate Change
http://www.heartland.org/full/24849
Live posts from the 2009 International Conference on Climate Change hosted by The Heartland Institute
The Chilling Effect, March 9, 2009
http://www.heartland.org/full/24850/

Tuesday, March 10
7:00 am - 3:00 pm Exhibit hall open
7:00 - 8:30 am Breakfast with keynote speakers
John Sununu - The Politics of Science: It Ain't Pretty
Willie Soon - Disconnects in Sun-Climate Studies: Removing Politics from the Science
8:30 - 8:45 am Break
8:45 - 10:15 am Session V
Track 1: Climatology
S. Fred Singer: No Evidence for AGW: A Personal Odyssey
Christopher Essex - Climate Change and the Laughter of the Gods
Piers Corbyn - What Does and Does Not Cause Climate Change
Track 2: Climatology
George Taylor - The Pacific Decadal Oscillation: A Dominant Mode of Climate Variability
Roy Spencer - Satellite Evidence for Global Warming Being Driven by the Pacific Decadal Oscillation
William Gray - Climate Change Is Primarily Driven by Salinity-Induced Deep Ocean Circulation Changes
Track 3: Climate Change Impacts
Laurence Gould - Global Warming Alarmism: Checking the Claims, Exposing the Methods
Howard Hayden - Debunking Global Warming Propaganda
Keith Lockitch - Green Energy: How to Undermine Industrial Civilization and Become More Vulnerable to Nature
Track 4: Economics and Politics - Intellectual Roots of Alarmism
Christopher Booker - From BSE to Global Warming: Why Scares Are Costing Us the Earth
Iain Murray - Tracing Alarmism's Methods Back to Their Roots
Yaron Brook - Environmentalism: A Philosophy of Sacrifice
10:15 - 10:30 am Break
10:30 - 11:00 am Book-signing in the Exhibit Hall: Christopher Booker
10:30 am - 12:00 noon Session VI
Track 1: Climatology
Don Easterbrook - 'Global Warming' Is Over: Geologic, Oceanographic, and Solar Evidence for Global Cooling in the Coming Decades
Mike Jungbauer - Global Warming Science and Policymakers
Track 2: Climatology - Findings of the Non-Governmental International Panel on Climate Change
Fred Singer
Richard Lindzen
Christopher Monckton
David Douglass
Christopher Essex
Track 3: Economics and Politics
Michelle Foss - Climate Science and Economics: Understanding and Balacing the Debate
Francisco Capella - Climate Change and the Ethics of Freedom
Jay Lehr - Green Energy Job Losses
Track 4: Economics and Politics - The Alarmists Revealed
Rob Bradley - The Malthusian Virus in the Scientific Debate
Joanne Nova - The Great Global Fawning: How Science Journalists Pay Homage to Non-Science and Un-Reason
John Coleman - Dead Wrong about Global Warming: How Al Gore Got that Way
12:00 noon - 3:00 pm Lunch and keynote speakers
Bob Carter - The Problem is NATURAL Climate Change, Stupid!
John Theon - Is Climate Change Driven by Mankind: My Personal Journey
Christopher Monckton - Magna est veritas, et praevalet (Great Is Truth, and Mighty Above All Things)