Duration: 2 Days: Friday to Saturday

Location: Berlin, Germany “Berlin Mitte”, in the heart of Berlin, in the immediate vicinity of S-Bahn and U-Bahn sation Friedrichstraße

Parallel to the UN Climate summit in Cancún we want to invite you to our 3rd International Climate conference. One year after the Climategate scandal, leading international scientists will present new findings in the fields of climate science and energy. In many cases these findings are contrary to the claims made by the IPCC. During two days we will cover topics from the science of climate change to the socio-political and economic impact of current climate and energy policies. Due to the current changes in Europe’s energy policy, this topic will receive special attention. On the following link you will find an available online registration.

All presentations, except in concurrent sessions, will be simultaneously interpreted: English-German and German-English

Time Frame:

First Day: Friday, 3 December 2010, 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Second Day: Saturday, 4 December 2010, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm


European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE); Berlin Manhattan Institute; CFACT; Haus der Zukunft; Friedrich Naumann Stiftung für die Freiheit, Bund Freiheit der Wissenschaft

Registration Fees:

120 € private Individuals (70 € Day Tickets)

250 € Company Representatives

220 € Students sponsored by companies

Registrations after 26 November 2010 are subject to a surcharge of 30 € per Ticket.

The registration fees (except for Day Tickets) include all conference materials, meals and coffee breaks provided in the programme: afternoon tea and dinner on Friday; morning tea, lunch and final reception in Saturday.

The registration fee for Day Tickets include the conference materials and meals and coffee breaks of that day.

Among the confirmed speakers are:

Prof. Dr. Dieter Ameling, Präsident Wirtschaftsvereinigung Stahl a. D. und Vorsitzender Stahlinstitut VDEh a. D.

Dr. Horst Borchert, Germany, Physicist

Prof. Dr. Bob Carter, Australia, Geologist

Prof. Dr. Vincent Courtillot, France, Geophysicist

Günther Ederer, Germany, Economic Journalist and Film Producer

Prof. Dr. K.F. Ewert, Germany, Geologist

Prof. Dr. Alois Hass, Germany, Nuclear Chemist

Dr. Terence Kealey

Prof. Dr. Werner Kirstein, Germany, Dipl. Physicist & Geograph

Dipl. Ing. Michael Limburg, Germany, Vice President EIKE

Prof. Dr. Horst Lüdecke, Germany, Press Spokesperson  EIKE

Dr. Emmanuel Martin, France, Economist

Prof. Ian Plimer, Australia, Geologist

Dipl. Meteorologist Klaus Puls, Germany

Dr. Lutz Peters, Germany, Author of ‘Klima 2055

Prof. Dr. Fred Singer, USA, Atmospheric Scientist

Prof. Dr. Nir Shaviv, Israel, Astro Physicist

Prof. Dr. Henrik Svensmark, Denmark, Atmospheric Scientist

Prof. Dr. Jan Veizer, Canada, Paleo Geologist

All presentations, except in concurrent sessions, will be simultaneously interpreted: English-German and German-English

Programme: 3 – 4 December 2010

1:00 pm

2:00 pm
Welcome – Why do we still deal with the climate?
Dr. Holger Thuss
European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)

Wolfgang Müller
Berlin Manhattan Institut (BMI)

2:30 pm
Update in climate ccience – the new NIPCC report – and the validity of climate models
Prof. Dr. S. Fred Singer

Panel: Cosmis rays and climate
3:00 pm

The impact of solar activities and cosmic rays on the world climate
Prof. Henrik Svensmark
Centre for Sun-Climate Research des Danish National Space Center

New insights on the solar influence on climate and its implication for understanding climate change
Prof. Dr. Nir Shaviv
Racah Institute of Physics – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Which global warming ? A solid earth geophysicist’s politically incorrect look at climate change
Prof. Dr. Vincent Courtillot
IPGP Université Paris Diderot

5:15 pm – 5.45 pm Break

5:45 pm – 7:00 pm
Panel: Politics and “saving” the climate

“Saving” the climate as an instrument of French geo-strategic politics
Dr. Emmanuel Martin
Economist and Editor of UnMondeLibre.org

The green-energy lobby and its politico- economico consequences
Günter Ederer
Economic Journalists and film producer

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Climate hazard: adaptation is the key
Prof. Dr. Bob Carter
Marine Geophysical Laboratory: James Cook University, Queenslandand University of AdelaideSouth Australia

8:00 pm  – 8:45 pm
What does Climategate say about science?
Dr. Terence Kealey,
University of Buckingham

Followed by dinner – Buffet

9:45 pm
Film screening: Climate Swindle
with contributions from: Lord Christopher Monckton, Dr. Bruno Bandulet, Dr. Wolfgang Thüne, Günter Ederer
Germany 2010, Polar Film + Medien GmbH

4 December 2010

8:30 am – 10:30 am
Panel: CO2 and climate

The role of water in the fate of carbon: implications for the climate system
Prof. Dr. Jan Veizer  
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa

Human vs. nature – who is the culprit?
Prof. Dr. Ian Plimer
Institute of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Adelaide

Climate change between statistics, models and substitute religion
Prof. Dr. Werner Kirstein
Institut für Geographie, Universität Leipzig

10:30 am – 11:00 am Break

11.00 am – 12.30 pm
Panel: The message from empirical data sets

Persistence in long-term temperature readings show the solar influence on the climate
Prof. em. Dr. Horst-Joachim Lüdecke
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft des Saarlandes

The majority of worldwide long-term thermometer data does not show warming!
Prof. em. Dr. Friedrich-Karl Ewert
University of Paderborn

The normalcy of weather variations
Dipl. Meteorologe Klaus-Eckart Puls
Press spokesperson EIKE

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch break

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Panel: Climate- and Energy Policy – Dream and Reality

“Saving the Climate” & Energy Concept – Does it Fit?
Dipl. Ing. Michael Limburg
Vice-President Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE)

The implications of Germany’s new energy concept for Germany’s steel- and basic materials industry
Prof. Dr. Dieter Ameling
Former president of the German Steel Federation and former Chairman of the Steel Institut (VDEh)

Fiction and Reality in “Saving the Climate”
Dr. Lutz Peters
Entrepreneur and Author of Klima 2055

3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Closing Remarks

4.00 pm  Reception and End of the Conference

PARALLEL SESSION: Saturday, 4 December, in an additional Room at the Conference Hotel (Maritim pro Arte Hotel)

The presentations of the parallel sessions will not be interpreted

Saturday, 4 December 2010

10:30 pm – 11:30 pm

The Correlation of variations in solar activity and the climate variations (talk will be in German)
Die Korrelation von Schwankungen der Sonnenaktivität und Klimaveränderungen
Dipl. Phys. Dr. Henrik Borchert
Geographischen Institut der Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz

1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Panel: Conventional Modern Energy
Panel: konventionelle moderne Energie

Is nuclear energy still up to date? Waste storage & Fusion (talk will be in German)
Wie Zeitgemäß ist Kernenergie? Endlagerung & Fusion
Prof. Dr. Alois Haas
Ruhr Universität Bochum

Can conventional energy full-fill the demand of the future (talk will be in German)
Die Markt- und Zukunftsfähigkeit konventioneller Energie
Dr. Dietmar Ufer
Energiewirtschaftler, Leipzig

3:30 pm End of the parallel session

The organisers reserve the right to modify the programme