Program – 13th International Conference on Climate and Energy

13th International Conference on Climate and Energy

22 – 23 November 2019, NH München East Conference Center, Münich, Germany

All talks and Q&A are interpreted simultaneously: English-German and German-English

Friday, 22 November

10.00 Hrs

Welcome and Introduction
Defending Science
Dr. Holger Thuß
President, Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE)

10.15 Hrs

Welcome
Dealing with Climate Alarmism in the United States
James Taylor
Senior fellow for environment and energy policy at The Heartland Institute

17.45 Hrs

EU Klimapolitik und der Brexit
Dr. Benny Peiser
Director, Global Warming Policy Foundation

11.15 Hrs

Technically almost everything is possible…
Energy-Transformation between Dream and Reality
Prof. Dr. Helmut Alt
University of Applied Sciences, Aachen

12.15 Hrs – 13.45 HrsBreak – Joint Lunch at the Conference Centre
13.45 Hrs

The Real Condition of the Great Barrier Reef
Prof. Dr. Peter Ridd –
via Skype
Former head of the Marine Geophysical Laboratory, James Cook University, Australia

14.15 Hrs

The Influence of Green House Gases on Climate: Research in the Field and in the Laboratory
Dr. Michael Schnell
Universität Rostock, Zentralinstitut für organische Chemie Berlin-Adlershof Feinchemie Schwebda GmbH

15.30 Hrs

Detection of UHI bias in China climate network using Tmin and Tmax surface temperature divergence
Prof. Dr. Nicola Scafetta
Università di Napoli Federico II, Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra

16.15 Hrs – 16.45 HrsBreak
16.45 Hrs

The Polar Bear Catastrophe that never happened
Dr. Susan Crockford
Scientist and author

17.45 Hrs

US Climate Policy 3 years after the Presidential Election – Talk and Discussion via Skype
Myron Ebell
Head of President-elect Trump’s Transition Team to reform the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and quitting the Paris-Agreement, Director of Energy & Environmental Policy, Competitive Enterprise Institute

18.45 HrsJoint Dinner

Saturday, 23 November

9.00 Hrs

Climate Change and the melting Alpine Glaciers
Prof. em. Dr. Christian Schlüchter
University of Bern, Institute for Geologie

10.00 Hrs

About the Reliability of Climate Models
Prof. Dr. Nicola Scafetta
Università di Napoli Federico II, Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra

10.45 Hrs – 11.15 HrsBreak
11.15 Hrs

Which Role did the Sun Play in Climate Change? What does it mean for us?
Prof. Dr. Henrik Svensmark
Centre for Sun-Climate Research des Danish National Space Centre

Prof. Dr. Nir Shaviv
Racah Institute of Physics – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

13.00 Hrs – 14.30 HrsBreak – Joint Lunch at the Conference Center
14.30 Hrs

What you always wanted to know about Climate Change…
Dipl.-Ing. Michael Limburg

Vice-President, Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE)

15.00 Hrs

How much of the Climate is man-made
Dr. Sebastian Lüning
Die kalte Sonne

15.45 Hrs

Natural Limitations of the German Energy Transition
Prof. Dr. Horst Lüdecke
Press Spokes Person, Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE)

16.15 Hrs – 16.45 HrsBreak
16.45 Hrs

Climate Panic – Radiation Panic
Dr. Lutz Niemann
Physicist and former Radiation Protection Officer

17.30 Hrs

Nuclear Power of the 21st Century
Dr. rer. nat. Götz Ruprecht

Institute for Solid State-Nuclear Physics gGmbH

18.15 Hrs

Saving the Climate by Abolishing Democracy?
Günter Ederer
Author, Film Producer and Economic Editor

18.45 Hrs

Closing Remarks
Wolfgang Müller
Generals Secretary, Europäisches Institut für Klima und Energie (EIKE)

Followed by (18:50 h) Reception

All talks and Q&A are interpreted simultaneously: English-German and German-English

Registration: Please register online on the EIKE website or send your registration to EIKE via:
Email: info@eike.pw, Fax: +49-3641-3279-8589, Mail: Wiesenstr. 110 2, 07743 Jena, Germany

The EIKE is funded exclusively by private contributions. Donations in Germany are tax deductible.

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