Crispus Attucks

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Sunday, March 2, 2008


Monday, March 3, 2008
8:00 - 10:15 a.m.


Breakfast


Track 1: Paleolimatology


Track 2: Climatology


Track 3: Climate Change Impacts


Track 4: Climate Change Economics


Track 5: Climate Change Politics

  • Alexandra Bourne - The Kyoto Legacy; The Progeny of a Carbon Cartel in the States
  • Daniel Simmons - Global Warming Legislation in the States
  • Todd Myers - The Difference Between Scientists and Policymakers: What the Science Doesn’t Say About Climate Policy
  • Myron Ebell, M.Sc. - The Alarmist Consensus: Global Warming Is Not a Crisis
  • Panel Q&A

Monday, March 3, 2008
10:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon


Track 1: Paleoclimatology


Track 2: Climatology


Track 3: Climate Change Impacts


Track 4: Climate Change Economics


Track 5: Climate Change Politics


Monday, March 3, 2008
12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m.
Luncheon Keynotes


Monday, March 3, 2008
2:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.


Track 1: Paleoclimatology

  • Joseph D’Aleo - Solar Irradiance and Oceans are the True Drivers of Climate Change
  • Art Horn - The Science and Politics of Global Warming
  • John Coleman - A Meteorological Perspective on Global Warming


Track 2: Climatology

  • George H. Taylor - Long-Term Variability in Temperature and Precipitation
  • David Archibald - The Solar Cycle Length – Temperature Relationship in US Climate Records and the Implications of Solar Cycle 24
  • Panel Q&A


Track 3: Climate Change Impacts


Track 4: Climate Change Economics

  • Roy Innis - Defending Civil Rights: Proposed Climate Change Prevention Laws Would Roll Back Civil Rights Progress
  • Thomas Tanton - Lessons Learned from the California Experience
  • Ann McElhinney - The Real Politics Behind Global Warming: The Redistribution of Wealth
  • Panel Q&A


Track 5: Climate Change Politics


Monday, March 3, 2008
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.


Track 1: Paleolimatology

  • David Legates, Ph.D. - Global Warming and the Hydrologic Cycle
  • Tim Patterson, Ph.D. - Cosmoclimatological Forcing as a Possible Driver of Cyclic Holocene Climate and Marine Productivity in the Northeast Pacific
  • Richard S. Courtney, DipPhil. - Ice Core Records and the Reconstruction of Atmospheric CO2 Levels


Track 2: Climatology


Track 3: Climate Change Impacts


Track 4: Climate Change Economics


Track 5: Climate Change Politics Roundtable

  • Moderator: Dan Gainor
  • Patrick J. Michaels
  • Phelim McAleer
  • Marc Morano
  • Christopher C. Horner, J.D.

Tuesday, March 4, 2008
7:00 - 8:30 a.m.


Breakfast



Tuesday, March 4, 2008
8:45 - 10:15 a.m.


Track 2: Climatology


Track 3: Climate Change Impacts


Track 4: Climate Change Economics

  • Ken Malloy, J.D. - The Need for a Coherent Market Oriented Energy Policy
  • Douglas Southgate, Ph.D. - Global Warming, Free Markets, Agriculture and Forestry
  • Leon Louw - The Negative Impacts of Climate Change Legislation on Africa’s Most Impoverished People
  • Russell Seitz - Coal Power Not at Odds with Reducing Carbon Emissions


Track 5: Climate Change Politics



Tuesday, March 4, 2008
10:30 - 12:00 noon


Track 2: Climatology


Track 3: Climate Change Impacts


Track 4: Climate Change Economics

  • Roy Cordato, Ph.D. - Cap and Trade, Carbon Taxes, and the Myth of Efficient CO2 Reduction
  • Jim Johnston - Carbon Taxes vs. Cap-and-Trade Systems
  • Richard W. Rahn, Ph.D. - Global Warming and Economic Sense
  • Carlo Stagnaro


Track 5: Climate Change Politics



Tuesday, March 4, 2008
12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m.
Luncheon Keynotes and Closing Remarks