Between next Monday and next Wednesday, the Heartland Institute organizes the ICCC-7, its seventh climate conference. The schedule is available here:
Many other well-known names attend ICCC-7, too.
They include Shaviv, Carter, Soon, Singer, Morano, Michaels, Eschenbach, Avery, Watts, Schmitt, and many others. It is fine that these conferences are organized as long as the climate change is considered an important topic with a potential to change the world in one way or another. However, I am not quite sure whether the amount of progress in the discipline – and the debate – fully justifies this high frequency of the conferences. Aren't the talks guaranteed to become pretty repetitive? Has the law of diminishing marginal returns been properly incorporated in the calculation of the right frequency of the events?
Via San Francisco Chronicle
By the way, after a year or so, tomorrow, Benjamin Netanyahu and a few other Israeli leaders will visit Prague. Various types of peaceful, civilian collaboration will be the main topic of discussions. The guests will talk to the president and the prime minister and visit the Jewish Quarter of Prague.