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Welcome to ClimateWiki
An Encyclopedia on Climate Change

Global warming is a complicated issue. It’s easy to get confused by all the scientific arguments and conflicting claims. We created this site to help everyone from high school students to scientists working in the field to quickly find the latest and most reliable information on this important topic.

ClimateWiki is an encyclopedia of climate change research organized by topic. If you are new to the issue, consider reading the Introduction to Global Warming. If you are already well versed in the issue, search the Featured Categories in the search box to the right or use some of the other navigation tools on this page.

ClimateWiki is moderated and edited by The Heartland Institute, a free-market think tank with offices in Chicago and Washington, DC. Interested in becoming a contributor? Contact us.

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Eighth International Conference on Climate Change

The Heartland Institute partnered with the Germany-based European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE) to host the Eighth International Conference on Climate Change in Munich, Germany, November 30 – December 1, 2012. The event was also the Fifth International Conference on Climate and Energy. This is the second time The Heartland Institute has hosted a climate conference outside the United States. The fifth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-5) was held in Sydney, Australia in 2010.

Dr. S. Fred Singer, Heartland senior fellow and director of the Science and Environmental Policy Project, and Heartland Senior Fellow James M. Taylor joined many internationally renowned scientists for the first two-day ICCC-sponsored event in Europe.

Watch this space for news about the upcoming Ninth International Conference!

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