Wednesday, February 04, 2009

2009 International Conference on Climate Change

New York City will host the second international conference about climate change March 8-10. The key topic to be discussed: “Global Warming: Was It Ever Really A Crisis?”

Among the questions posed in a press release:

* How much of the warming during the 20th century was natural and how much was man-made?

* Why have global temperatures been cooling in the last decade, and how long will that trend last?

* What impact will the current international financial crisis have on efforts both here and abroad to curb greenhouse gas emissions?

* How do present temperatures compare to the Medieval Warm Period 1,000 years ago?

* What is the track record for forecasts made by computer models? By the IPCC?

* Does India’s and China’s refusal to cap or reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases spell the end of international agreements on climate change?

* Does new evidence reveal greater or lesser impacts from rising CO2 levels than computer models assume?

Many more details about the conference here.

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Blogger Mel said...

Hopefully truth, good or bad, reality will be brought to the table.
I believe the problem is serious and it needs to be shared with as many people as possible.

February 08, 2009 5:06 PM  

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