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Summary Report on International Conference on Climate Change: Shifting Science and Changing Policies
Published on : Thursday, November 24, 2011
The International Conference on Climate Change provided an opportunity to scientists, policy makers, scholars, and students to critically look at the issue of climate change with the context of shifting science and the changing policies. The goal was to limit the rampant fear mongering, exaggerated claims and media hype, which are casting a shadow on rational assessment of climate and objectively shaping policies to address the possible impact of changes in climate.
Oct 14: Climate Change Conference, University of Mumbai
Published on : Friday, October 14, 2011
Conference on Climate Change being organised at the University of Mumbai, on October 14, 2011. International scholars will deliberate on issues like climate science, sea level changes, monsoon and its impact, geological evidence, and climate related policies. This conference is a part of a broader initiative on climate change and economic policy undertaken by Liberty Institute, in partnership with the Friedrich Naumann – Stiftung fur die Freiheit.
Gamble in the monsoons
Published on : Wednesday, December 01, 2010
In a new report, "Climate Change and India: A sectoral and regional analysis for the 2030s", Jairam Ramesh, the environment and forests minister emphasized that India has done assessments on climate change and will be able to forecast future monsoons perfectly soon. Climate models, however, won't be able to forecast future monsoons despite the efforts of scientists and claims to the contrary. Climate models, for instance couldn't predict the severe drought conditions for the 2009 Indian monsoon season. Legitimization of false and pretentious climate models would impose huge costs on mankind, writes Madhav Khandekar and Willie Soon in The Financial Express.
Models Warm The Lower Troposphere Too Much
Published on : Wednesday, September 22, 2010
It is difficult to test the results of climate models. Two studies in the past had derived tropospheric temperature trends from the Thermal Wind Equation which uses radiosonde measurements of wind speed to calculate temperature on the theoretical basis that warmer air should move faster than cooler air. It was found that there were biases in the data for calculations of this nature, writes Christy, J.R., Herman, B., Pielke Sr., R., Klotzbach, P., McNider, R.T., Hnilo, J.J., Spencer, R.W., Chase, T., and Douglass in Climate Change Reconsidered.
Global warming tax hikes heading your way
Published on : Monday, April 21, 2008
America is in the throes of a major housing and financial downturn, soaring food and energy costs, rising unemployment and near recession. But government agencies are falling all over themselves to restrict fossil fuel use, advance climate change legislation - and thereby increase energy prices, oil imports, and costs for families and businesses. Deficient computer models are driving policies that destroy jobs and family budgets. So hold onto your wallets, and hope you can hold onto your jobs, homes and cars. You're about to be put on a wild political roller coaster, writes Paul Driessen


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