Climate Change Reconsidered

Posted by JonWakefield   // October 15, 2011   // Comments Off

From the Richmond Tea Party:

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Join us on Saturday, October 22 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM for a joint meeting of The Science & Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) and Virginia Scientists & Engineers for Energy & Environment (VA-SEEE).

Special Guest Speakers:

Dr. Fred Singer, Atmospheric Physicist and Founder of the SEPP & VA-SEEE

Dr. Singer is one of the lead authors of “Climate Change Reconsidered,” a report of the Non-governmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), which provides an analysis of the climate data used by the UN-sponsored International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). He will discuss the latest climate research and how it casts doubt on the theory of anthropomorphic global warming (AGW), problems with the climate models, and new thinking on Climategate and the Hockey-stick graph.

Mr. Kenneth A. Haapala, Executive Vice President SEPP

Mr. Haapala will take a look at energy and environment issues from a political, judicial and economic perspective including: recent accomplishments in the US Congress; energy production and Washington’s war on coal, oil and gas; the feasibility of wind and solar projects; the status of litigation against the EPA; and more!

Dr. Charles Battig, President – Piedmont Chapter VA-SEEE

Dr. Battig will present an account of how he was able to convince Albemarle County to drop their ICLEI membership, and to rescind their ‘Cool Counties’ resolution.

Hosted by: Dr. Marty Mangino

DETAILS:

WHEN: Saturday, October 22 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

WHERE: The Commons Theater in the VCU Student Commons, 907 Floyd Ave, Richmond, VA

Student Commons: http://www.usca.vcu.edu/facilities/student_commons.html

DIRECTIONS:

http://www.usca.vcu.edu/facilities/commons/directions.html

Parking available across the street on the Main Street VCU Parking Garage ($5.00)

Climate Change Reconsidered

The website of the Non-governmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC)
http://www.nipccreport.org/reports/2011/2011report.html

Virginia Scientists & Engineers for Energy and Environment
http://www.facebook.com/seeeva

Science and Environmental Policy Project
http://www.sepp.org/

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1 COMMENT

  1. By els666, December 2, 2011

    dude, the environment we experience is OBVIOUSLY changing, because of human activity.

    e.g. go see the historical sediment layers of Virginia rivers: before Whites/Euros, small seasonal sediments; after Whites/Euros increasingly great sediment layers

    e.g. check stream health anywhere: ‘acid rain’ from coal-burning power plants have killed many species and threatened many other species in formerly pristine lakes and stream

    etc

    etc

    we can go on and on

    So, it it OBVIOUS, at some levels, that human activity has changed and is changing the environment, and has changed and can changed it irrevocably.

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