Heartland Movie Night! “Climate: The Movie”

May 15, 2024
Location: 3939 N. Wilke Road, Arlington Heights, Illinois 60004
Climate the movie

The Heartland Institute is excited to host a screening of Climate: The Movie, the new film that exposes and destroys the scam that humans are causing a climate crisis.

Join us at …

The Heartland Institute’s Andrew Breitbart Freedom Center
3939 N. Wilke Road
Arlington Heights, IL 60004

Time …

Doors open at 5:30 p.m., program ends at 8:30 p.m.

The 90-minute documentary film will be introduced by Heartland Institute President James Taylor — one of the leading public advocates for climate realism — who will also host a Q&A afterwards.

Mainstream studies and official data do not support the claim that we are witnessing an increase in extreme weather events—hurricanes, droughts, heatwaves, wildfires, and all the rest. It emphatically counters the claim that current temperatures and levels of atmospheric CO2 are unusually and worryingly high. On the contrary, it is very clearly the case, as can be seen in all mainstream studies, that, compared to the last half billion years of Earth’s history, both current temperatures and CO2 levels are extremely and unusually low. We are currently in an ice age. It also shows that there is no evidence that changing levels of CO2 (it has changed many times) has ever “driven” climate change in the past.

Why then, are we told, again and again, that “catastrophic man-made climate-change” is an irrefutable fact? Why are we told that there is no evidence that contradicts it? Why are we told that anyone who questions “climate chaos” is a “flat-earther” and a “science-denier”?

The film explores the nature of the consensus behind climate change. It describes the origins of the climate funding bandwagon, and the rise of the trillion-dollar climate industry. It describes the hundreds of thousands of jobs that depend on the climate crisis. It explains the enormous pressure on scientists and others not to question the climate alarm: the withdrawal of funds, rejection by science journals, social ostracism.

Admission includes a light dinner, popcorn, beer, wine, and soft drinks.