Ballroom

Monday, July 7

7:45 PM – Keynote Addresses

Joe Bastardi and Hon. Dana Rohrabacher

Tuesday, July 8

8:00 AM – Keynote Addresses

Dr. Patrick Moore and John Coleman

1:15 PM – Keynote Addresses

Dr. Patrick Michaels and  Hon. George Christensen

Wednesday, July 9

8:00 AM – Keynote Addresses

Dr. Roy Spencer and Dr. Jay Lehr

1:00 PM – Keynote Address

Lord Christopher Monckton

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Breakout Room #1 

(All times are PDT)

Tuesday, July 8
10:00 AM – PANEL 1: Climate Change and the Hydrosphere
11:30 AM – PANEL 4: NIPCC versus IPCC: Physical Science
2:45 PM – PANEL 7: Solar Science and Climate
4:15 PM – PANEL 10: All Things Cold – Ice Age Conditions, the Cryosphere, and the Recent Cold Winters

Wednesday, July 9
10:00 AM – PANEL 13: Climate Change, Water, and Human Well Being
11:30 AM – PANEL 16: NIPCC verses IPCC: Biological Impacts
3:00 – PANEL 19: Looking Ahead: Future Climates

Breakout Room #2

(All times are PDT)

Tuesday, July 8
10:00 AM – PANEL 2: Carbon Taxes and the Social Cost of Carbon
11:30 AM – PANEL 5: Who Benefits from Alarmism?
2:45 PM – PANEL 8: Costs and Benefits of Renewable Energy
4:15 PM – PANEL 11: Climate Change, Human Health, and Adaptation

Wednesday, July 9
10:00 AM – PANEL 14: Weather and Climate Change
11:30 AM – PANEL 17: Peer Review, Herding, and the Reliability of Climate Science
3:00 PM – PANEL 20: The Global Warming Debate in Australia

Breakout Room #3

(All times are PDT)

Tuesday, July 8
10:00 AM – PANEL 3: Combating Climate Myths with Science and Facts
11:30 AM – PANEL 6: The Right Climate Stuff
2:45 PM – PANEL 9: Communicating Climate Change: The Blogosphere
4:15 PM – PANEL 12: International Prospectives on Climate Change

Wednesday, July 9
10:00 AM – PANEL 15: How Reliable are Temperature Records? Is Global Warming Rapid and Dangerous?
11:30 AM – PANEL 18: New Estimates of Climate Sensitivity
3:00 PM – PANEL 21: Global Warming as a Social Movement