THE President of the Czech Republic and the current president of the European Union, Vaclav Klaus, will give the keynote address this evening at the opening of the second international Conference on Climate Change – billed as the world’s largest-ever gathering of global warming skeptics.
The President is expected to be blunt when he addresses the 400 strong-audience who have flown in from around the world.
The theme of the conference is “Global warming: was it ever really a crisis?”
President Klaus has remarked that there is no climate crisis, but the consequences of a belief in “the crisis” are indeed frightening.
During the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in January, he said environmentalism and the global warming alarmists are challenging our freedom and “radically constraining the functioning of the markets and market economy all around the world”.
Over the next few days I will be posting some papers from the conference and other information at this main page, as miniposts and also at community home. You can download a pdf of the full program here. For more information and to download podcasts click here.
And for those who can’t wait for this year’s presentations to be uploaded, you can start by listening to the presentations from last year’s conference, the first international Conference on Climate Change, with audio and video from more than 100 speakers here.
President Klaus is the author of ‘Blue Planet in Green Shackles’ available from Amazons.