ON-Lion Letter
About 700 of the world's leading climatologists, economists, and public-policy leaders convened in Chicago in May at the 4th International Conference on Climate Change, organized by The Heartland Institute.  Speakers and panels focused on new data and research that contradicts claims by global-warming alarmists that global temperatures have reached crisis levels and that human activity is the primary cause of that "crisis."
 
The conference, "Reconsidering the Science and Economics," came as the ranks are growing of world scientists whose research shows that global warming is not a crisis and that the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by human activity played an insignificant role in the moderate warming experienced in the 20th Century. 

Video and audio of each speaker at the conference, as well as PowerPoint presentations and other proceedings, will soon be available online.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supported the conference.
 
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