As I head to Washington, DC, I thought you might appreciate a quick update about the 12th International Conference on Climate Change, starting Thursday morning at 8:00 a.m. ET.
- William Happer, Ph.D., has joined the program as a keynoter during the final plenary session, a lunch on Friday. He'll be joined by Sen. John Barrasso, who will receive an award from The Heritage Foundation's Becky Norton Dunlop.
- Jay Lehr, Ph.D., is giving the opening keynote address, breakfast on Thursday, using a PowerPoint presentation we created at the request of the White House. Jay is the most popular speaker expressing climate change realism in the country today, delivering one or two addresses a week all across the country. We hope he will share the stage with a TBD representative from the Trump administration, but we are awaiting confirmation (so to speak!).
Every presentation made at ICCC-12 will be livestreamed. You can view the proceedings by going to www.heartland.org. The schedule is available here.
This is no amateur production! Speakers and their PowerPoints are expertly displayed, lighting and sound are top-notch. So tune in and enjoy. Better yet, urge your friends to do the same.
You can make a tax-deductible contribution to help us offset the expenses by going to our online donor page or go to our crowdsourcing site on Indiegogo.
I'll see some of you in Washington DC!
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