June 12, 2014 Print

The Heartland Institute contends that the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is predisposed to believe "climate change is a problem in need of a U.N. solution." The peer-reviewed work at ClimateChangeReconsidered.org, developed by the Heartland-sponsored Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change, is offered as a counter-weight to the IPCC. Its newly released report, the second volume of Climate Change Reconsidered II is weighty indeed. The 1062-page report was assembled by four lead authors and 30 contributors and reviewers from 13 countries. It focuses on the biological impacts of climate change and presents findings that are contrary to and skeptical of the IPCC findings. Intrigued by the scientific discussion? Just prior to FreedomFest in Las Vegas, on July 7-9, Heartland will release the third and final volume of Climate Change Reconsidered at its International Conference on Climate Change.

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