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Press Conference Announcing Release of Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science
2:35:03
September 18, 2013
On Sept. 17, 2013, Dr. Craig Idso, Dr. S. Fred Singer, Dr. Willie Soon, and Heartland Institute President Joseph Bast announced the release of Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science in Chicago. The report of peer-reviewed climate studies was produced by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC).

2:35:03
September 18, 2013
On Sept. 17, 2013, Dr. Craig Idso, Dr. S. Fred Singer, Dr. Willie Soon, and Heartland Institute President Joseph Bast announced the release of Climate Change Reconsidered II: Physical Science in Chicago. The report of peer-reviewed climate studies was produced by the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC).
 
1:06:35
August 21, 2013
The Health Care panel discussed the future of hydraulic fracturing, renewable power mandates, climate taxes, and opportunities for states to grow their economies by encouraging responsible energy production without the use of subsidies. Moderator: Joseph Bast, The Heartland Institute Benita Dodd, Georgia Public Policy Foundation James M. Taylor, The Heartland Institute Forrest Knox, Kansas State Senate
 
1:29:34
August 21, 2013
The Energy and Environment panel discussed the future of hydraulic fracturing, renewable power mandates, climate taxes, and opportunities for states to grow their economies by encouraging responsible energy production without the use of subsidies. Moderator: Joseph Bast, The Heartland Institute Benita Dodd, Georgia Public Policy Foundation James M. Taylor, The Heartland Institute Forrest Knox, Kansas State Senate
 
29:36
August 15, 2013
The Heartland Institute's First International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-1) took place in March 2008 in New York City. One hundred speakers and panelists came from 26 countries to prove that leading scientists and economists from around the world dispute the claim that global warming is a crisis. More than 500 people attended the conference, which generated global press attention.
 
48:22
August 15, 2013
The Heartland Institute's First International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-1) took place in March 2008 in New York City. One hundred speakers and panelists came from 26 countries to prove that leading scientists and economists from around the world dispute the claim that global warming is a crisis. More than 500 people attended the conference, which generated global press attention.
 
40:51
August 15, 2013
The Heartland Institute's First International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-1) took place in March 2008 in New York City. One hundred speakers and panelists came from 26 countries to prove that leading scientists and economists from around the world dispute the claim that global warming is a crisis. More than 500 people attended the conference, which generated global press attention.
 
58:55
August 15, 2013
The Heartland Institute's Second International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-2), took place March 8-9, 2009, in New York City. The theme was "Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?" Seventy-five papers were delivered by some of the world's leading scientists, climatologists, economists, policymakers, and opinion leaders, all supporting their view that human activity does not threaten to raise global temperatures to crisis levels. Many speakers presented new data and analysis of climate change affecting global temperatures, severe weather patterns, species survival, the integrity of temperature and climate measurements, and the economic and business impact of global warming policies.
 
1:12:20
August 14, 2013
The Heartland Institute's Second International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-2), took place March 8-9, 2009, in New York City. The theme was "Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?" Seventy-five papers were delivered by some of the world's leading scientists, climatologists, economists, policymakers, and opinion leaders, all supporting their view that human activity does not threaten to raise global temperatures to crisis levels. Many speakers presented new data and analysis of climate change affecting global temperatures, severe weather patterns, species survival, the integrity of temperature and climate measurements, and the economic and business impact of global warming policies.
 
56:39
August 14, 2013
The Heartland Institute's Second International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-2), took place March 8-9, 2009, in New York City. The theme was "Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?" Seventy-five papers were delivered by some of the world's leading scientists, climatologists, economists, policymakers, and opinion leaders, all supporting their view that human activity does not threaten to raise global temperatures to crisis levels. Many speakers presented new data and analysis of climate change affecting global temperatures, severe weather patterns, species survival, the integrity of temperature and climate measurements, and the economic and business impact of global warming policies.
 
53:31
August 14, 2013
The Heartland Institute's Second International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-2), took place March 8-9, 2009, in New York City. The theme was "Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?" Seventy-five papers were delivered by some of the world's leading scientists, climatologists, economists, policymakers, and opinion leaders, all supporting their view that human activity does not threaten to raise global temperatures to crisis levels. Many speakers presented new data and analysis of climate change affecting global temperatures, severe weather patterns, species survival, the integrity of temperature and climate measurements, and the economic and business impact of global warming policies.
 
53:30
August 14, 2013
The Heartland Institute's Second International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-2), took place March 8-9, 2009, in New York City. The theme was "Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?" Seventy-five papers were delivered by some of the world's leading scientists, climatologists, economists, policymakers, and opinion leaders, all supporting their view that human activity does not threaten to raise global temperatures to crisis levels. Many speakers presented new data and analysis of climate change affecting global temperatures, severe weather patterns, species survival, the integrity of temperature and climate measurements, and the economic and business impact of global warming policies.
 
59:26
August 14, 2013
The Heartland Institute's Second International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-2), took place March 8-9, 2009, in New York City. The theme was "Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?" Seventy-five papers were delivered by some of the world's leading scientists, climatologists, economists, policymakers, and opinion leaders, all supporting their view that human activity does not threaten to raise global temperatures to crisis levels. Many speakers presented new data and analysis of climate change affecting global temperatures, severe weather patterns, species survival, the integrity of temperature and climate measurements, and the economic and business impact of global warming policies.