Duration: 2 Days: Friday to Saturday

Location: Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Munich, Germany

While the UN is getting ready for the next climate meeting in Durban, we, The Heartland Institute, EIKE and more partners invite to our 8th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-8) V International Conference on Climate and Energy (ICCE-5).

From November 30 to December 1, experts from all over the world will present their findings in atmospheric physics, maritime physics, geology, meterology, plant- and wildlife research and recent research in green energy. Special emphasis is given to the “Energiewende” and its impact to the industrual and household consumer.

Friday – November 30 

08:00 am Registration

09:00 am

Welcome – Why are We Still Dealing with Climate?
Wolfgang Müller
General Secretary, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)

Dr. Marcus Ernst
President, Peutinger Collegium

9:30 am
NASA GIS Changes Temperature Data Retroactively – Why?
Prof. em. Dr. Friedrich-Karl Ewert
Advisory Council, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)

10:00 am
Setting the Record Straight – Politics, the Media and the Abuse of Science
James M. Taylor
Senior fellow, The Heartland Institute, Chicago, USA

Climate I
10:30 am

Checking the Evidence for Man-Made Global Warming
Prof. Dr. Fred Singer
NIPCC, Science and Environmental Policy Project

11:30 am – 12:00 am Break

12:00 am
“Emerging Diseases” and Climate Change
Prof. Dr. Paul Reiter
Unité “Insectes et Maladies Infectieuses” Institut Pasteur, Paris

1:00 pm Lunch

Climate II

2:30 pm
Is it Melting? Changes in the Arctic Sea Ice 
Dr. Fred Goldberg
Swedish Polar Institute

Energy I

3:15 pm
The Implications of Germany’s New Energy Concept for Germany’s Industry
Dr. Utz Tillmann
Chief Executive Officer of the German Chemical Industry Association (VCI)

4:00 pm
Relying on Non-Renewables – The Case of Poland
Dr. Tomasz Teluk
Instytut Globalizacji, Gliwice, Poland

4:30 pm – 5:00 pm Break

5:00 pm
Germany’s New Energy Concept” and its Cost for the Consumer
Günter Ederer
Journalist, Author and Film Producer, Germany

5:45 pm
Shale Gas – A Source of “Alternative” Fossil Energy?
Klaus Angerer
General Manager, BNK Deutschland GmbH

6:45 pm End of first day

7:30 pm Dinner (separate registration necessary)

8:30 pm (Dinner Speech)
Environmental and Energy Policies – between Retention of Power and an End in Itself
Prof. Dr. Getrud Höhler
Consultant and author of “Die Patin: Wie Angela Merkel Deutschland umbaut”

Saturday – December 01

Energy II

08:30 am

How Should We Transform Our Energy Transformation?
Prof. Dr. Horst Lüdecke
Press Spokesman, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)

Climate III

09:00 am
The IPCC – Almost Nothing You’ve been told about this Organization is actually True
Donna Laframboise
Blog nofrakkingconsensus.com, Author of the Book “The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken for the World’s Top Climate Expert“, Toronto, Canada

10:00 am
Sea Level Changes – Facts and Fiction
Prof. em. Dr. Niels Axel Mörner
Department of Paleogeophysics & Geodynamics, University of Stockholm

10:45 am – 11:15 am Break

11:15 am

Glaciers- and Forest Development in High Altitude Alpine Areas during the Last 10,000 Years
Prof. em. Dr. Gernot Patzelt
University of Innsbruck

12:10 pm
Causes for Recent Climate Changes: The Role of CO2
Prof. em. Dr. Horst Lüdecke
Press Spokesman, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)

12:30 pm – 2.00 pm Lunch

Climate IV
2:00 pm
Why do We observe Most Heavy Precipitation following Eclipses?
Prof. Dr. Walter Fett
Freie Universität Berlin

2:45 pm
The Cosmic Ray Climate Link – Evidence and Implications to the Understanding of Climate Change
Prof. Dr. Nir Shaviv
Racah Institute of Physics – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Energy III

3:45 pm
Germany’s New Energy Concept between Dream and Reality 

Prof. Dr. Helmut Alt

University of Applied Science Aachen

4:30 pm – 5:00 pm Break

5:00 pm
“Peak Oil, Peak Gas? Do We Need an Alternative Energy Supply?
Dan Lewis
Chief Executive, Economic Policy Centre, London

5:30 pm
After the US Election – The “New” Climate and Energy Policies of the US Government
Michael Goetz
Assoc. Director at CFACT Europe

6:00 pm
The history of Biofuels in the European Union – From Environmental Savior to Climate Bomb TriggerJacob Nordangård
Department of Thematic Studies – Technology and Social Change, Linköping University, Sweden

6:30 pm
Panel: (Un)-Intended Consequences of Todays Environmental Policies
James Taylor – Senior Fellow, The Heartland Institute, Chicago, USA
Michael Limburg – Vice President, European Institute for Climate and Energy

7:00 pm– 7:15 pm
Closing Remarks
Dr. Holger Thuss
President, European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE)

7:15 pm Reception and End of Conference

Venue: Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Promenadeplatz 2, 80333 Munich (Germany)

Registration Fees:

150 € Private Individuals, (90 € Day Tickets)

320 € Company Representatives (2 days)

Registrations after November 16, 2012 are subject to a surcharge of 30 € per Ticket.
The registration fees include morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch. All prices include VAT.

Registration the Special Dinner in the “Roof-Garden“ (Friday, 30 November):
75 € per Person (including drinks)

Donations to the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE), the Berlin Manhattan Institute for Free Enterprise, and The Heartland Institute are tax deductible. Residents outside Germany or the USA are encouraged to contact us for alternative ways of support.