3rd International Climate And Energy Conference, Berlin-Germany

This is the real deal, with speakers like Fred Singer, Nir Shaviv and Henrik Svensmark on the roster.

More information here: 3rd International Energy and Climate Conference.

This conference is taking place concurrently with the United Nations Conference of Climate in Cancún. But in Berlin, leading international scientists in the fields of climate and energy will present the latest science and findings on climate and energy, and not the usual worn-out scare stories and dread.

This year will also include aspects of climate policy and their impacts. The conference thus covers a wide spectrum of natural science topics and the social-political impacts of energy policy.

Fred Singer

Fred Singer

I hope some readers here in Germany can still find a way to attend. I think it’ll be a highly worthwhile and interesting conference. Berlin is also lovely during Christmas-time – though it might be a good idea to leave the high-spending spouses home :).

I’m planning on attending - I just have a couple of small matters to settle, and hope it works out. But I expect to be there.

If any NoTricksZone readers plan to attend, send me an e-mail. Maybe we can all get together (first round of beer is on me!). That’s a limited offer! Anyway, as a blogger I hope to provide reports on news that will hopefully pop up. Looking at the following details, it sure looks like a good time to me.

Speakers

This conference features a star lineup of distinguished scientists and experts. Scheduled speakers are:
Prof. Dr. Fred Singer, USA, Atmospheric Physicist, Chairman IPCC
Prof. Dr.Dieter Ameling, Former President of Business Union Steel and Chairman Stahl institute VDEh.
Prof. Dr. Robert Bob Carter, Australia, Geologist
Prof. Dr. Vincent Courtillot, France, Geophysicist
Prof. Dr. Karl-Friedrich Ewert, Germany, Geologist
Prof. Dr. Ian Plimer, Australia, Geologisist
Prof. Dr. Werner Kirstein, Germany, Dipl. Physicist & Geography
Prof. Dr. Horst Lüdecke, Germany, Press Spokesman for EIKE

Dr Nir Shaviv

Prof. Dr. Nir Shaviv, Israel, Astrophysicist
Prof. Dr. Henrik Svensmark, Denmark, Atmospheric Sciences
Prof. Dr. Jan Veizer, Canada, Paleo-geologist
Dr. Emmanuel Martin, France, Economist
Dr. Horst Borchert, Germany, Physicist
Dr. Lutz Peters, Germany, Author of Klima 2055
Dipl.-Ing. Michael Limburg, Germany, Vize President EIKE
Dipl. Meteorologist Klaus Puls, Germany
Günther Ederer, Germany, Business Journalist and Film Producer

Climate conference location

Berlin, Germany
10117 Berlin Mitte, only a few steps away from the S-Bahn and Metro stations Friedrichstraße.

Conference dates and times

Starts Friday 3 December 2010 at 1 p.m. and ends at approx 8 p.m.  
Starts Saturday 4 December 2010 at 8 a.m. and ends at approx 4 p.m.

Conference partners

European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE); Berlin Manhattan Institute; Cfact; Haus der Zukunft (House of the Future); Friedrich Naumann Foundation For Liberty.

Conference fees
120€ private participant (70€ day ticket)
250€ company representative
220€ for a student sponsored by company

Please book before 26 November 2010. After that a 30€ surcharge gets levied.

A full conference entrance ticket (daily ticket excluded) includes the entire Conference documentation including coffee breaks and food: Afternoon coffee and dinner on Friday; morning coffee, lunch and champagne reception on Saturday.

Day-tickets include only the program and refreshments for that day.

Info, registration, tickets

Email: info@berlinmanhattan.org
Fax:      (+49) 30 69 20 800 39

More information here: 3rd International Energy and Climate Conference.

12 responses to “3rd International Climate And Energy Conference, Berlin-Germany”

  1. Edward.

    I would love to PG, maybe one year, I shall be away in slightly warmer climes, though Berlin with; the Tiergarten, and the zoo – is it still there? And the Lindenstrasse the museum and galerie…. and walks along the Spree, it is a rather beautiful city, I do find myself at ‘home’ in Germany – haven’t been there though, for 15 years.

    I shall still be reading the (your) reports, it does look like a cracking line up of indubitable experts – you will love it PG! (and so would I, methinks).

    Rain check on that beer?

  2. Ike
  3. Bernd Felsche

    I’d love to go but my workday battles against rising incompetence and stupidity have me tied down for a while. It’s like watching the modern world collapse under its own prosperity where those who prosper, no longer understand, nor care to understand.

  4. R. de Haan

    Congratulations.
    Germany has just become the Saudi Arabia of energy.

    In the “Kreis Kleve”, NRW drilling for shale gas has started and the expected volume of gas to be extracted is comparable with the biggest gas reserves in the world.

    Unfortunately the news report was dominated by gloomy looking green obstructionists who babbled about the risks for the environment, the ground water, the climate and radio active materials used by the drilling process.

    Although shale gas is one of the cheapest energy resources available with the smallest possible exploration impacts our green friends were not happy at all.

    “Don’t think this gas will come cheap because the costs to make it available will be huge” the news reader said.

    I say call in the band and have a party.
    Cheap power is essential for the German “Wirtschaftswunder” and this shale gas will make the country richer than it ever has been.

    The future of Germany is saved.

    http://www.derwesten.de/nachrichten/politik/NRW-will-riesige-Erdgasfelder-anzapfen-id3899416.html

    1. DirkH

      Nice. That’s more shale gas than i expected.

      1. DirkH

        And it’ll keep the Greens busy. I guess they will try to sabotage drilling activity.

  5. R. de Haan

    Global Climate deal dead.

    We already new this but it is nice to have it confirmed.
    http://eureferendum.blogspot.com/2010/11/we-knew-this.html

  6. Ike
  7. Ike