to download PDF file to read meeting agenda etc.
Also: ‘Climate Change? Who is Paying? And for What?’
– a landmark conference, March 19, 2011
March 01, 2011, Cambridge, UK. Press Dispensary. The price of misjudging the global response to climate change theories could be catastrophe: economic for developed nations and life-threatening for the world’s poorest people. One prevailing scientific view of climate change dominates world policy-making, leading to radical law-making of seismic significance. But is this view proven beyond reasonable doubt or is it just one theory among many, driven by vested interests? And if wrong, at what cost is it being followed ... and who will pay?
On March 19, 2011, ‘Climate Change?’, a landmark international one day conference in St Ives, Cambridge, questions the most fundamental tenets of prevailing climate change theory and digs below the sound-bite headlines. Held on the weekend running up to Climate Week, it will feature a range of experts in the field, with international scientific reputations, and will reopen a debate which has yet to be settled but which has slipped from media attention now that governments are beginning to set policies, however misguided those policies may be.
Under the full title of ‘Climate Change? Who is Paying? And for What?’, the conference will see the launch of a nationwide campaign to repeal the Climate Act 2008, the legislation responsible for committing the UK to a massive and costly carbon reduction programme, not to mention the present flood of wind farms. The ‘Campaign to Repeal the Climate Change Act’ ( www.repealtheact.co.uk
), which soft-launched on Facebook in 2010, is headed up by Fay Tuncay, who is an expert speaker at the conference. There will also be a call to establish a "Climate Change Truth Commission" with the brief of fully and impartially assessing the true state of climate change science.