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Re-examine Kyoto Commitment: Eric Anning to Australia’s 2020 Summit

This weekend one thousand of Australia’s best and brightest will gather in Canberra, the national capital, to consider the challenges facing us over the next decade. There is a website dedicated to the 2020 Summit and Prime Minister Rudd has asked that ordinary Australians contribute: “The new century has thrown up enormous challenges, as well [...]

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Climate Change Conference, New York – Day 3, In Review

I’ve already reported on the standing ovation given to Vaclav Klaus following his speech at breakfast on day 3 of the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change in New York. President of the Czech Republic Vaclav Klaus addressing delegates at the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change There were two keynote speakers at each meal. [...]

Meeting Marc Morano

A highlight of The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change for me was meeting Marc Morano. He is a former journalist with CNS, reporter and producer for the Rush Limbaugh Television Show and also American Investigator. Now communications director for the Republicans on the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works in Washinton amongst [...]

Breakfast with Czech President Vaclav Klaus

The 500-strong contingent of skeptics currently in New York for The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change were up early for a second day. Breakfast was again at 7am and the first speaker was given a standing ovation – a man who had travelled all the way from Prague, the President of the Czech Republic [...]

Climate Change Conference, New York – Day 2, In Review

The 500-strong contingent of skeptics currently in New York for The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change were up early to hear Robert Balling and Ross McKitrick speak at breakfast. A key message from the address by Professor Balling was that there are a lot of non-greenhouse signals that can impact climate including sulphates, dust, [...]

Climate Change Conference, New York – Day 1, In Review

I arrived in New York this morning for the first ever international meeting of ‘global warming skeptics’. It’s actually called ‘The 2008 International Conference on Climate Change’ but many of the speakers and delegates are well known AGW skeptics and they have never gathered before in one place and time. At least certainly not the [...]

UN’s ‘State of the Planet’ Report

The UN has released it’s ‘Global Environment Outlook’ or ‘GEO4′ report. It can be downloaded via the BBC News website. It’s 22MB so you may have a bit of a wait. Also on the BBC website is the ‘State of the planet, in graphics:’ Globally human populations are growing, trade is increasing, and living standards [...]

Rehabilitating Carbon Dioxide: Lavoisier Group 2007 Workshop

The Lavoisier Group 2007 workshop was held at the Victoria Hotel, Little Collins Street, Melbourne from 29 – 30 June. Presentations from the workshop ‘Rehabilitating Carbon Dioxide’ will be added to the Lavoisier.com.au site as they become available and include: Professor Bob Carter on ‘The Myth of Dangerous Human- Caused Climate Change’ @ http://www.lavoisier.com.au/papers/Conf2007/Carter2007.pdf Dr [...]