Invitation

IKEK-14

14th International EIKE Climate & Energy conference  
November 12-13 (2021)
Gera

The German Climate Realist “European Institute for Climate and Energy” invites you for:
The 14th International Climate & Energy conference
(in German and English, simultaneously translated to the other language)

Program

Freitag, 12. November

Ab 9.00 Uhr Registrierung der Teilnehmer

10.00 Uhr Begrüßung und Einführung:
Die Verteidigung von Diskurs und Wissenschaft
Dr. Holger Thuß
Präsident, Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE)

10.15 Uhr Begrüßung
Die Klimapolitik unter Präsident Biden
James Taylor
Senior fellow for environment and energy policy at The Heartland Institute

10.30 Uhr CO2 – Globale Erwärmung durch Klimazyklen oder CO2?
– Die Wissenschaftliche Arbeit von EIKE
Prof. Dr. Horst Lüdecke
Pressesprecher, Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE)

11.45 Uhr Stirbt das Barrier Reef? Über den wahren Zustand des Great Barrier Reefs
Prof. Dr. Peter Ridd – via Skype
Ehemaliger Leiter des Marine Geophysical Laboratory der James Cook University, Australien

12.30 Uhr – 14.00 Uhr Mittagspause – Gemeinsames Mittagessen

14.00 Uhr Strahlungsantrieb oder Treibhausgase; viel Lärm um fast nichts
Prof. Dr. William Happer
Department of Physics, Princeton University

14.45 Uhr Ist das Wetter in Deutschland wirklich extremer geworden?
Dr. Sebastian Lüning
Die kalte Sonne

15.30 Uhr Wie stark beeinflusst die Sonne die Temperaturtrends in der nördlichen Hemisphäre?
Prof. Dr. Ana G. Elias – via Skype
Universidad Nacional de Tucuman, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Tecnologia, Departamento de Fisica

16.15 Uhr – 16.45 Uhr Pause

16.45 Uhr Welche Rolle hat die Sonne im Klimawandel gespielt? Was bedeutet das für uns?
Welche Rolle spielt die Sonne im aktuellen Klimabericht AR6 des Weltklimarats?
Prof. Dr. Henrik Svensmark
Centre for Sun-Climate Research des Danish National Space Centre
Prof. Dr. Nir Shaviv
Racah Institute of Physics – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

18.30 Uhr Das bedrohte Maskottchen? – Die Wahrheit über die „Eisbärenkatastrophe“
Dr. Susan Crockford – via Skype
Wissenschaftlerin und Autorin

19.00 Uhr Gemeinsames Abendessen

Programm Samstag 13. November:

9.00 Uhr Klimawandel und Gletscherschmelze in den Alpen
Prof. em. Dr. Christian Schlüchter
Universität Bern, Institut für Geologie

10.00 Uhr Globale Erwärmung, Klimamodelle und Sprache – eine kritische Betrachtung
Prof. Dr. Richard Lindzen
Atmospheric Sciences in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at MIT

10.45 Uhr – 11.15 Uhr Pause

11.15 Uhr Versinken wir im Meer? Veränderungen im Meeresspiegel der Iberischen Halbinsel
Prof. Dr. Maria da Assunção Araújo – via Skype
Universidade do Porto, Departamento de Geografia

11.45 Uhr Die Berechnung absoluter globaler Temperaturen mit dem konvektiv-adiabatischen Modell
Dr.-Ing. Bernd Fleischmann
Unternehmer

12.15 Uhr Der Green Deal der EU – eine kurze Kritik
Dipl.-Ing. Michael Limburg
Vizepräsident, Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE)

12.45 Uhr Das solare Magnetfeld und das Erdklima
Prof. Dr. Valentina Zharkova
University of Northumbria

13.15 Uhr – 14.30 Uhr Mittagspause – Gemeinsames Mittagessen

14.30 Uhr Klimadaten vs. Klimamodellierung
Prof. Dr. Nicola Scafetta
Università di Napoli Federico II, Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra

15.00 Uhr CMIP6 vs. CMIP5 – IPCC Klimamodelle auf dem Prüfstand
Prof. Dr. John R. Christy – via Skype
Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science and Director of the Earth System Science Center at The University of Alabama in Huntsville and Alabama

15.45 Uhr Energiewende zwischen Wunsch und Wirklichkeit
Prof. Dr. Fritz Vahrenholt
Ehemaliger Umweltsenator von Hamburg, Co-Autor „Die Kalte Sonne“ und „Unerwünschte Wahrheiten“

16.15 – 16.45 Uhr Pause

16.45 Uhr Klimawissenschaft und die Physik der Erde, eine Übersicht aus Ungarn
Prof. Dr. László Csaba Szarka
Geophysiker, Mitglied der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

17.15 Uhr Kernenergie des 21. Jahrhunderts – Die Dual Fluid Technologie
Dr. rer. nat. Götz Ruprecht
Institut für Festkörper-Kernphysik gGmbH

17.45Uhr Rolle der Medien in der „Klimadiskussion“
Günter Ederer im Gespräch mit Roger Köppel (angefragt)
G. Ederer: Wirtschaftspublizist, Filmproduzent und Buchautor
R. Köppel: Chefredakteur und Verleger der Weltwoche

18.45 Uhr Schlusswort
Wolfgang Müller
Generalsekretär, Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE)

anschließend (18.50 Uhr) Sektempfang und Ende der Veranstaltung

Der Veranstalter behält sich das Recht auf kurzfristige Programmänderungen vor.
Die Konferenz wird simultan Deutsch-Englisch / Englisch-Deutsch gedolmetscht.

Press release:

EU Consensus Broken as 225 MEPs Vote Against ‘Climate Emergency’

In a significant moment in the history of the European Parliament, a third of MEPs today voted against attempts to exaggerate the impact of global warming.

The European Climate Realist Network (ECRN) welcomes the votes of 225 MEPs, who this morning rejected the motion by green parties to declare a climate emergency, a motion that was, nevertheless, passed in the European Parliament by 429 MEPs.

In light of our call yesterday for MEPs to vote against the climate emergency declaration, this is an encouraging sign that unquestioning climate alarm is beginning to be seriously challenged.

The vote took place on the same day as Tata Steel Europe has confirmed it will cut 3000 European jobs and amid reports that the new EU Commissioner plans to spend a staggering £3 trillion on a unilateral climate agenda.

The growing division within the EU and the European Parliament over climate policies is likely to deepen in the near future as the astronomical economic, social and political costs become increasingly unbearable.

In the coming months, the European Climate Realist Network will work with MEPs from around Europe to help develop alternative policies that are economically, technologically and politically feasible.

Contact:
European Climate Realist Network
e: [email protected]

Press release:

European Groups Call On MEPs To Reject ‘Climate Emergency’ Vote

A group of European organisations is calling on MEPs to reject a motion to announce a ‘climate emergency’ when the European Parliament votes on it tomorrow.

The European Climate Realist Network (ECRN) is concerned that unjustified panic and alarm could pressure MEPs into supporting costly policies that will hurt European families, businesses and Europe’s economic stability and competitiveness.

In reality, over the last 30 years the world has warmed far less than predicted by the IPCC and most climate models.

Only last week, a declaration by more than 700 scientists and researchers was presented in the European Parliament, showing that global warming is happening, but is far more gradual and far less detrimental to the wellbeing of people and societies than activists have been claiming.

A rejection of the ‘Climate Emergency’ motion by MEPs would send out a clear message that the European Parliament is no longer willing to follow unilateral virtue signalling. Europe has far more important issues to address.

Contact:
European Climate Realist Network
e: [email protected]

European Climate Realist Network

Welcome on the European Climate Realist Network website!

This ECRN site is the platform where the European Climate Realist organisations present themselves and communicate with each other.

Climate Realists think that only a very small part of climate is really understood, and that there is no scientific reason to expect a dangerous impact of human CO2 emissions. More about Climate Realism and the ECRN can be found under the About tab.

Feel free to check the associated organisations per country under the Climate Realist Network Members tab, or see the latest postings on the blogs of our members under the Blogroll tab.

General topics about climate realism are discussed under the News tab, where you can add your comments if you want to. If you are (part of) a Climate Realist organisation, and you want to become a member of ECRN, you can apply for membership under the Registration tab.

The history of ECRN
The decision to start ECRN was taken in a meeting after the Porto conference Basic science of a changing climate in September 2018:

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Reactions

Having believed the CO2 related climate program for many, many years, the over exaggerated dogma from the media and the cultish approach that is being taken by the activists has caused to investigate the issue for myself.
What I have found is shocking and I am now a healthy sceptic.
I now believe that to accede to the alarmist agenda will do irreparable damage to those nations that back it and dreadful harm to the least well off in society.
Please add me to whatever info updates you provide and details of any events or conferences that are being planned.

(Anonimous)

I am a layman so unfortunately I cannot contribute to your work but I have been following the man-made global warming/climate change issue for over 25 years. I am a sceptic through and through.

You and I know that you have an uphill, almost impossible, struggle to get anyone, in authority or otherwise, to hear you, let alone listen to you, because of all the insane its all about mans CO2 emissions claptrap propaganda that has been circulating since the late 1980s. You know how it is – if you tell a lie often enough, people will believe it no matter how implausible it may be. And they do. Even people that I would say were intelligent and educated enough to see the lie. It seems that they actually want to believe this nonsense doomsday scenario.

My grandson has just started school and I fear what claptrap he will be taught. I shall try to counter their lefty liberal propaganda but it will be hard teacher is always right, hey?

Please, I beg you, keep going. Do not despair and give up. Im 75 and would like to see this thing defeated before I peg it.

Terry Truebody, Hawkesbury Upton