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CLIMATE REALIST CONFERENCE NEXT MONTH IN WASHINGTON DC

Fri, 02/03/2017 - 14:05
February 3, 2017: PRESS RELEASE: Heartland Institute to Host Climate Conference in Washington, DC March 23-24. "Twelfth International Conference on Climate Change Will Focus on ‘Resetting U.S. Climate Policy’ for the Trump Administration."   Heartland Institute president and CEO Joe Bast addresses previous ICCC

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL – The Heartland Institute will host the 12th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-12) at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, DC on Thursday, March 23 and Friday, March 24, 2017. The theme of the two-day conference is “Resetting U.S. Climate Policy.” Speakers will present to the Trump administration and members of Congress the case for ending the Obama administration’s “war on fossil fuels” and embracing a forward-looking agenda based on scientific data and economic analysis.

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GETTING OUT OF THE PARIS AGREEMENT THE RIGHT WAY

Tue, 11/22/2016 - 16:28

November 22, 2016: "How Trump Can Completely Withdraw U.S. From UN 'Climate' Deals," by Tom Harris, published in PJ Media, Los Angeles, California.

"President-elect Donald Trump has said he will cancel American involvement in the Paris Agreement on climate change. Commentators have pointed out that, under the treaty’s rules, Trump would need to wait three years from the date on which it came into force, November 4, 2016, to officially notify the United Nations of U.S. cancellation. Even then, the withdrawal will not take effect until one year later.

"However, there is a faster, more effective way for the U.S. to exit the Paris Agreement."

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WILL PRESIDENT-ELECT TRUMP CHANGE SIDES ON CLIMATE CHANGE?

Tue, 11/22/2016 - 16:15

November 22, 2016: "Climate-change skeptics must hold Trump’s feet to the fire - Under pressure from activists, the president-elect could turn pragmatic," by Tom Harris, published in The Washington Times, Washington DC.

"President-elect Donald Trump is going to need strong support from “climate realists” if he is to stem the hemorrhage of billions of U.S. tax dollars being wasted on climate change. If realists, those of us who oppose the idea that humanity’s greenhouse gas emissions threaten the climate, are not outspoken, then Mr. Trump may have little choice but to yield to the aggressive and influential climate movement.

"In the wake of the Republican presidential victory, climate activists and their allies in media and government have vowed to intensify the battle."

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