(February 26, 2008) — Australia’s Carbon Sense Coalition (Carbon Sense) has signed on as a co-sponsor of the 2008 International Conference on Climate Change, taking place in New York next week (2-4 March 2008).
The conference, sponsored by The Heartland Institute of Chicago, has nearly 50 co-sponsoring organizations from all over the world.
The conference will feature internationally recognised speakers from Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and Europe. Carbon Sense has registered 10 delegates from Australia and New Zealand, and several other individual delegates and scientists from Australia and New Zealand will attend.
For more information on the conference see: http://www.heartland.org/NewYork08/newyork08.cfm
The chairman of Carbon Sense, Mr. Viv Forbes, said the conference would highlight the fact that a large number of eminently qualified scientists all over the world are rejecting the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) proposition that human emissions of carbon dioxide have caused or will cause dangerous global warming.
“We compliment Professor Ross Garnaut for acknowledging that the science is not settled and for seeing value in expanding the global scientific effort beyond the IPCC,” Forbes said. “We urge Professor Garnaut, and Ministers Penny Wong and Petter Garrett, to attend the New York conference to see the powerful new scientific arguments and evidence that have emerged since the now-outdated work supporting latest IPCC reports.”
According to Forbes, “Global warming hysteria will take a cold shower in New York next week.”
A copy of the submission by Carbon Sense to the Garnaut Review can be found at: