Climate Conference Hotel Discount Ends July 8 for ICCC13’s July 25 Event in DC

Don’t miss it! The most-important climate conference of the year in the nation’s capital – Heartland’s 13th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC13) – will be held on July 25 at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC.

REGISTER SOON! Discount Hotel Block Closes Monday, July 8

Heartland aims to present the actual science and the latest climate data … and then talk about how that should shape sensible public policy. Conferences by climate alarmists do it the other way around.

Heartland’s theme: Best Science, Winning Energy Policies

Here’s your chance to join them!

The 13th International Conference on Climate Change will feature the courageous men and women who spoke the truth about climate change during the height of the global warming scare. Now, many of them are advising the new administration or joining it in senior positions. (Some of them are among the more than 200 speakers at Heartland’s previous 12 conferences.)

Four of those brave individuals will be honored with the latest Climate Change Awards. Here’s your chance to congratulate them!

Speakers at ICCC-13 will summarize the best available climate science and recommend what policy changes are needed for America to lead a post-alarmist world in climate realism. ICCC-13 will also feature timely, in-depth, and expert discussions about the “Green New Deal” and the benefits of ending the war on fossil fuels.

Confirmed speakers:

Dominik Kolorz, chairman of the board of the Slasko-Dabrowski Region of Polish Solidarity;
Craig Idso, Ph.D., of CO2 Science;
Kevin Dayaratna, Ph.D., of The Heritage Foundation;
Roy Spencer, Ph.D., of the University of Alabama at Huntsville;

Myron Ebell, head of the Cooler Heads Coalition and Trump’s EPA transition team;
Anthony Watts, new Heartland Senior Fellow and founder of Watts Up With That.
David Legates, Ph.D., climatologist at the University of Delaware;
Benjamin Zycher, Ph.D., of the American Enterprise Institute and
Roger Bezdek, Ph.D., of MISI.

More details about speakers and the program for this conference will be released in the coming weeks.

Space is limited, so reserve your conference pass and hotel room today! Admission is $129. To register, or to learn more about ICCC-13, visit the conference website or  call 312/377-4000.

To register directly, click here. To get your special discounted rate at the Trump International Hotel, use this special link, or just tell them you are there for the Heartland Institute Climate Conference.

If you have any questions, call The Heartland Institute at 312/377-4000 and ask for Events Manager Nikki Comerford, or email her at


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4 thoughts on “Climate Conference Hotel Discount Ends July 8 for ICCC13’s July 25 Event in DC”

  1. It’s definitely a cycle and US needs to be positioned for agriculture that is in harmony with a new Maunder Minimum. Prevented planting may become the new normal, and with grain in storage being decimated by floods, there will not be much excess left to export let alone meet domestic demands.

    • Precisely. The dependence on grains and beans as food staples is going to be found to be suicidal…. Just like it was in the last little ice age.

  2. The post June 29, 2019 talks about Volcanoes cooling our planet by tom0mason. In the mean time we had a few more. But how about the other events? We know about the late snow and heavy rains in Central Planes, the heat wave in Western Europe (114F). How about the flash floods in Middle East, Chine,India and Siberia? The crazy hail that destroyed fruits, grapes, corn…? How about the drought in Australia (have to buy wheat from Canada), Lithuania ( a severe drought hit the Baltic EU state, threatening to slash this year’s harvest by up to half) and other areas. Earthquakes, political unrest, economic wars and wars. Do you get the big picture? How about the poor farmers that lost everything, the people displaced and without a house to return to? Some of this events don’t have a big impact to the World and affect just the people direct implicated. The cherry production in the Calderechas Valley has been reduced as a result of the severe frosts of the month of April; “The losses in some places amount to around 90% of the production”. Well I can live without cherries. ( I lost mine a long time ago and I’m OK) but it’s gonnna be shortage of food soon, very soon. Are you prepared? Here’s a short but good video:

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