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The concept of manmade climate change involves a political agenda of taxation that has been incessantly promoted for decades, this agenda has detracted and distracted significantly from peoples understanding of what real environmentalism is and involves. The following examples are just a small selection of the available presentations and papers from the scientific community that disputes the IPPC assertion that the climate is radically changing and that it is primarily due to manmade Co2 emissions.
Natural as well as anthropogenic factors cause warming
The geological archive reveals that Earth’s climate has varied as long as the planet has existed, with natural cold and warm phases. The Little Ice Age ended as recently as 1850. Therefore, it is no surprise that we now are experiencing a period of warming.
Warming is far slower than predicted
The world has warmed significantly less than predicted by IPCC on the basis of modeled anthropogenic forcing. The gap between the real world and the modeled world tells us that we are far from understanding climate change.
Climate policy relies on inadequate models
Climate models have many shortcomings and are not remotely plausible as global policy tools. They blow up the effect of greenhouse gases such as CO2. In addition, they ignore the fact that enriching the atmosphere with CO2 is beneficial.
CO2 is plant food, the basis of all life on Earth
CO2 is not a pollutant. It is essential to all life on Earth. Photosynthesis is a blessing. More CO2 is beneficial for nature, greening the Earth: additional CO2 in the air has promoted growth in global plant biomass. It is also good for agriculture, increasing the yields of crops worldwide.
My opinion is that these scientists are correct in stating that the IPCC assertions are incorrect – i.e. the truth is there is actually no evidence that the climate is radically changing due to Co2 emissions. My opinion on this subject may seem to be at odds with the aim of creating sustainability in the world, however, it appears to me that true environmentalism (i.e. eliminating actual of pollution of land, air and water and sustainability of resources) has been usurped over the past decades by the political agenda of manmade climate change. The manmade climate change hoax would appear to an ideology without scientific evidence that is being utilised as a basis for the implementation of further taxing the people of the world – in this way it is a form of control further limiting peoples financial wellbeing and limiting people’s access to fossil fuel energy. If manmade climate change were a real issue then the vast militaries of the world powered by oil would be disbanded, international air travel would be abolished, oil driven industries would be disbanded etc. Yet what is happening is the man and woman on the street are being hit with the taxes – when in reality the general population use a comparatively small percentage of the fossils fuels being consumed compared to industry, military etc
The tragedy is that the climate change political agenda has detracted significantly from peoples understanding of what real environmentalism is and conditioned a whole generation with lies. The following are of note in the contentious subject of manmade climate change due to greenhouse gas emissions:
European Climate Declaration – There is No Climate Emergency. This a declaration (see Endnote [i]) by 900 scientists and academics that state that climate change is not due to manmade Co2 emissions. The number has quickly increased to 750. The following is an excerpt:
“European Climate Declaration: There Is No Climate Emergency Date: 24/09/19 Press Release, Climate Intelligence Foundation (CLINTEL) As the latest U.N. climate summit begins in New York, a new, high-level global network of 900 prominent climate scientists and professionals has submitted a declaration that there is no “climate emergency”. The group has sent a European Climate Declaration with a registered letter to António Guterres, Secretary-General of the United Nations. Professor Guus Berkhout of The Netherlands, who organized the Declaration, said: “So popular is the Declaration with scientists and researchers worldwide that signatories are flooding in not only from within Europe but also from other countries such as the United States and Canada, Australia and New Zealand.” The group’s letter warns the U.N. that “the general-circulation models of climate on which international policy is at present founded are unfit for their purpose”. The Declaration adds that the models, which have predicted far more warming than they should, “are not remotely plausible as policy tools”, in that “they … exaggerate the effect of greenhouse gases such as CO2” and “ignore the fact that enriching the atmosphere with CO2 is beneficial”.
Scientist Dr. Willie Soon in the presentation listed below shows the data that the International Panel on Climate Change do not show the general public, i.e., data that shows that temperatures in the USA were actually higher in the 1930s than they are today; the number of tornadoes in the USA is less today than in the 1970s when detailed records began; that the greenhouse effect in the world has flattened (is not increasing at all) from around 1992 to today around 1992 despite increased Co2; shows email communication evidence of the climate change advocate scientists of the IPCC that shows that they can’t account for the lack of global warming in their data sets; and the flaws in the IPCC climate models. Detractors will say that Dr. Soon has been funded by the fossil fuel industry, however, the amount of funding his research project received is tiny in comparison to vast funds that have been allocated to the IPPC and the promotion of the manmade climate change ideology across the world. Dr. Willie Soon has demolished the extreme weather panic and other hysterical arguments in lectures that are available online (see Endnote [ii]).
“..deeply flawed logic, obscured by shrewd and unrelenting propaganda, actually enabled a coalition of powerful special interests to convince nearly everyone in the world that Co2 from human industry was a dangerous plant destroying toxin. It will be remembered as a the greatest mass delusion in the history of the world – that Co2 the life of plants was considered for a time to be a deadly poison.” – Professor Richard Linzen, MIT.
Professor Franco Battaglia has published a paper (see Endnote [iii]) stating that the EU’s energy policy of the last 20 years has been ‘dead wrong’. The following is an extract:
“AN OPEN LETTER TO THE MEMBERS OF THE EU’S PARLIAMENT SOARING ENERGY BILLS: A FAILURE OF THE EU By Franco Battaglia Professor of Chemical Physics and Environmental Chemistry Università di Modena, Italy. Introduction: The EU’s energy policy of the last 20 years has been dead wrong, to say the least. Here it is in a nutshell:1)It is based on the assumption that human activities have a bad influence on climate, mainly due to CO2 emissions.2) In order to reduce CO2 emissions several actions are needed: promote renewables, mainly sun and wind energy; promote energy saving; promote energy efficiency.3) All the above will have the beneficial side effect of creating jobs, thereby increasing wellness and providing prosperity; in a word, this is the green economy.
The purpose of this paper is to show you that the three items above are –all of them –wrong. In particular, I’ll show that:
1)Human activities have had no detectable impact on climate.
2)Most importantly –aside from the fact that even if they had an impact on climate (and they do not) it might even be beneficial –whatever the consequences on climate, reducingCO2 emissions will jeopardize our well being, our civilization, and even our own life. Enacting the EU policy could mean the death of millions and sentence billions of people in the developing world to lives of continued poverty and short lifespans: Securing energy, not climate, is the real problem mankind has to face.
3)Solar energy (specifically, wind and photovoltaic technologies) is a fraud and no CO2-emission reduction can be expected from them. Energy saving is the most dangerous maneuver we could make, and energy efficiency, as good to pursue as it might be, does not help in tackling our real problem.
4)Not by producing energy but by consuming energy jobs are created: the green economy is a scam.
Nature, not human activity rules the climate I am a member of the NIPCC (Non-governmental International Panel on Climate Change). NIPCC has evaluated the same scientific literature at disposal of the more famous IPCC, which, together with Al Gore, received a Nobel Prize in 2007. It was a Nobel Price for Peace, not for Science. And, indeed, the members of the NIPCC, most of which are experienced and distinguished scientists, conclude that IPCC’s resolutions are scientifically very questionable”
In addition, it has been reported that 100 years of climate data was deleted from a Canadian government policy report (see Endnote [iv]).
The illusion that livestock cause desertification
The truth about desertification, livestock, fire and loss of fertile soil. To combat desertification the United Nations have promoted policies such as reducing livestock numbers to reduce the potential for overgrazing of land thereby in their view reducing the rate of desertification. Alan Savory takes a different view based on experimental projects he has conducted – he maintains that grass needs animals and that it is the loss of livestock and animals that graze and fertilise the land with their defecation and the loss of natural vegetation that are the significant causes of desertification. The loss of huge areas of natural vegetation and the reduction of livestock and wild animals on the land has often occurred due to development of massive factory farming of wheat, corn, sugar beets etc of the international food production system. Such farms currently cover vast areas world-wide.
In his lectures, which are available on the internet (see Endnote [v]) Savory maintains that we have changed the natural cycle of vegetation decay by replacing decay with chemical oxidation and physical weathering – the loss of natural decay which formerly fertilised the soil means that the soil gradually loses fertility. He provides the example of how in times past large herds of buffalo or other wild animals stayed in large herds for protection and defecated on the ground for a few days – as no animal likes to feed on its own excrement they then they move thereby allowing the ground to go through the period of rest it requires to absorb the natural excrement as fertiliser. Savory maintains we (modern day industrialised agriculture) are not giving the land the natural rest and natural fertiliser periods it requires to retain fertility.
Savory also maintains that mankind has for thousands of years been using periodic burning of vegetation on the land to make it more fertile again – the char produced by the burn fertilises the soil and that due to the mass extinction of thousands of species over the past decades that there are no longer enough animals to keep the vast natural grasslands of the world alive as before. To support his view Savory has provided videos and pictures that are available on the internet showing pictures of land with a high level of animal usage and then pictures of the same land with low levels of animal usage. These pictures indicate that desertified land with little grass or plant life recovers fertility and grass over a few years when animals are introduced and indicate that livestock and animals is the best low tech way to reverse desertification regrow grass and plant life. In the context of the ecological restoration of grasslands worldwide, Savory advocates Holistic Planned Grazing to properly manage livestock – mimicking the predator/prey relationships in which these environments evolved.
[i] The European Climate Declaration – There is no Climate Emergency is available at:
[iii] Professor Franco Battaglia has published a paper stating that the EU’s energy policy of the last 20 years has been dead wrong. The full paper is available at: http://www.sepp.org/key_issues/soaring_energy_bills.pdf
[v] The lecture How to green the world’s deserts and reverse climate change by Allan Savory is available at:
See also the Savory – Holistic Management website available at: https://savory.global/
European Climate Declaration September 26, 2019.
6 European Climate Declaration September 26, 20199. Pierre Beslu, former searcher and head of department in the french Nuclear Energy Commission (CEA).10. Michel Bouillet, PhD Human Geography, Emeritus Professor, Former Associate Researcher at the MMSH (Aix-en-Provence)11. Christian Buson, PhD in agronomy, director of research in a company (impact studies in environmental issues, sewage treatment).12. Sylvie Brunel, full professor at Sorbonne University, geographer and economist, former president of the humanitarian organization Action against Hunger (Action contre la faim).13. Jean-Louis Butré, professional engineer, head of laboratory at Grenoble Nuclear Research Center, Chief executive officer or the Pharmacie Centrale de France, President of Axens, President of the Fédération Environnement Durable and the European Platform Against Windfarms, Knight of the National Order of Merit.14. Bernard Capai, Retired Chemistry Engineer, Specialist of Industrial Processes avoiding the use of carcinogenic solvents15. Patrick de Casanove, Doctor of Medicine, Chairman of the Cercle Frédéric Bastiat16. Philippe Catier, Medical Doctor17. Pascal Chondroyannis, Forest Engineer, Retired Director of the National Alpine Botanical Conservatory (2008-2013)18. Philippe Colomban, CNRS Research Professor, Former Head of Laboratory at Université Piere-et-Marie Curie, Expert in Hydrogen-based Energy Storage19. Jacques Colombani, Former Research Director retired from ORSTOM-IRD, numerous Studies in Hydrology and Climatology and Specialist in Fluid Mechanics. Member of the Board of ORSTOM for twenty years.20. Vincent Courtillot, geophysicist, member of the French Academy of Sciences, former director of the Institute de Physique du Globe de Paris21. Pierre Darriulat, Professor of Physics, Member of the French Academy of Sciences22. Gérard Douet, PhD in Nuclear Physics, Retired Engineer at CERN, Technical Manager on Digital Transmission and Video Encoding23. Hubert Dulieu, Emeritus Professor Applied Ecology, Formerly Senior Researcher in the CNRS, President of the National Scientific Research Committee, Vegetal Biology Section (XXVII)24. Bruno Durieux, economist, former Minister of Health and of Foreign Trade, ancient administrator of the French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (INSEE).25. Max Falque, International Consultant in Environmental Policy26. Patrick Fischer, Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics, University of Bordeaux27. François Gauchenot, governance specialist, founder of Saint George Institute.28. Christian Gérondeau, former advisor of several French Prime Ministers. Former responsible for the road traffic safety policy for France and the European Union.29. Francois Gervais, Emeritus Professor of Physics and Material Sciences, University of Tours.30. Philippe Giraudin, Ecole Polytechnique Paris, Geographic Sciences31. Bernard Grandchamp, Agronomic Engineer and Environment & Plant Defense Expert, Managing Director of Famoux Chateaux Viticoles in Bordeaux32. Gilles Granereau, Former meteorologist, currently project manager environment and tourism in a public institution. Worked on coastal risks, marine erosion, sand dune fixation, hydraulics, forest management, botany.33. Maximilian Hasler, Associate Professor in Mathematics, University of French West Indies34. Claude Jobin, Retired A&M Engineer Specialized in Microwave Communication35. Alexandre Krivitzki, Psychoanalyst, Member of the International Psychoanalytical Association36. Roger Lainé, Retired Geological Engineer37. Philippe de Larminat, Professor at École Centrale de Nantes, specialist of business process modeling.38. René Laversanne, Former researcher at the CNRS, 16 patents.
7 European Climate Declaration September 26, 201939. Christian Marchal, astronomer and mathematician, former research director at the French National Office for Aerospace Studies and Research, former professor at the Observatory of Paris (1980-93), former assistant professor at Polytechnic School (1981-92).40. Patrick Mellett, architect and CEO.41. Marc le Menn, Head of Metrology-Chemistry Oceanography Lab, Brest.42. Jacques-Marie Moranne, Retired Engineer (Ecole Centrale de Lille), Specialist in Air and Water Purification, Chemical and Nuclear Engineering43. Cédric Moro, geographer on natural hazards management, co-founder of Visov, an NGO in Civil defense44. Philippe Morvan, Engineer ENSTA and Génie Maritime, specialist in software development45. Charles Naville, R&D Exploration Geophysicist, IFP Energies Nouvelles46. Rémy Prud’homme, Emeritus Professor in Economics at University of Paris-Est, Former Deputy Director Environment, Directorate of OECD 47. Isabelle Rivals, Associate professor in Statistics at ESPCI Paris48. Betrand Rouffiange, Doctor of Medicine, Specialized in Radiology48. 49. Jean Rouquerol, Emeritus Research Director at CNRS Marseille, Expert in Gas Adsorption and Calorimetry50. François Simonet, Former Director for planning and foresight in a State Agency for water and aquatic ecosystems management.51. Marcel Terrier, Engineer ENSAEM in risk management, teacher at École des Mines.52. Étienne Vernaz, former Director of Research of CEA (Commissariat à l’Énergie Atomique) in France, Professor at INSTN (Institut National des Sciences et Techniques Nucléaires).53. Camille Veyres, Retired Engineer at École des Mines, Specialist in Telecommunications and Broadband Networks54. Brigitte Van Vliet-Lanoë, geoscientist, Emeritus Research Director (CNRS, Université de Bretagne Occidentale), stratigraphy and paleoenvironments, Quaternary and Holocene.55. Théa Vogt, retired CNRS searcher, géomorphology, Quaternary palaeoenvironments, soil and desertification remote sensing56. Henri Voron, Retired Civil Chief Engineer, Specialized in Water Management
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM GERMANY1. Fritz Vahrenholt, Professor (I.R.) am Institut für Technische und Makromolekulare Chemie der Universität Hamburg; ECD Ambassador2. H.J. Bandelt, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, University of Hamburg3. Dietrich Bannert, Professor Honoris Causa, University of Marburg4. Lars Birlenbach, Dr. in Chemistry, University of Siegen5. Klaus Döhler, Professor of Pharma sciences, University of Hannover6. Friedrich-Karl Ewert, Emeritus Professor Geology, University of Paderborn7. Hermann Harde, Emeritus Professor of Experimental Physics and Materials Science, Helmut Schmidt-University, Hamburg8. Werner Kirstein, Emeritus Professor of Climatology, University of Leipzig9. Stefan Kröpelin, Emeritus Professor of Geology, Free University of Berlin and University of Cologne, Specialized in Climate Change of the Sahara10. Ulrich Kutschera, Professor of Plant Physiology &Evolutionary Biology at the University of Kassel, Germany, and Visiting Scientist in Stanford USA11. Horst-Joachim Lüdecke, Professor of Operations Research (i.R.) HTW of Saarland, Saarbrücken12. Lothar W. Meyer, Emeritus Professor of Material Engineering, Chemnitz University of Technology, Saxony Entrepreneur ‘Nordmetall GmbH’, Member of the Board of ‘Vernunftkraft Niedersachsen’13. Carl-Otto Weiss, Emeritus Professor in Non-linear Physics, Advisor to the European Institute for Climate and Energy, Former President of the German Meteorological Institute, Braunschweig
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SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM IRELAND1. Jim O’Brien, Chair, Irish Climate Science Forum, Expert Reviewer IPCC AR6, ECD Ambassador2. Tom Baldwin, Electrical Engineer, Specialist in Power System Security 3. Dr Anthony D. Barry, Honorary Fellow, Irish Academy of Engineering4. Tony J. Carey, BA (Natural Sciences), Clare College, Cambridge5. David Horgan, MA (Cambridge), MBA (Harvard), Resource Company Director6. Seamus Hughes, BAgricSc, Specialist in Genetics7. Ultan Murphy, B.Sc(Hons) Chemistry, Industry Science Professional8. Owen O’Brien, Business Founder and Entrepreneur, MBA, DBA9. J. Philip O’Kane, Emeritus Professor, School of Engineering, University College Cork10. Peter O’Neill, Retired, School of Engineering, University College Dublin, Expert Reviewer of IPCC AR611. Fintan Ryan, Retired Senior Airline Captain, Fellow Royal Aeronautical Society12. Dr. Brian N. Sweeney, Founding Chairman of Science Foundation Ireland13. Sean Tangney, Business Entrepreneur, Former Technical Director, CRH plc14. David Thompson, BAgricSc, MA, Animal Nutritionist15. Dr. Edward Walsh, Former Chairman, Irish Council for Science, Technology and Innovation; Former Director, Energy Research Group, Virginia Tech, USA
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM ITALY 1. Uberto Crescenti, Professore Emerito di Geologia Applicata, Università di Chieti-Pescara, già Magnifico Rettore e Presidente della Società Geologica Italiana.2. Giuliano Panza, Professore di Sismologia, Università di Trieste, Accademico dei Lincei e dell’Accademia Nazionale delle Scienze, detta dei XL, vincitore nel 2018 del Premio Internazionale dell’American Geophysical Union.3. Alberto Prestininzi, Professore di Geologia Applicata, Università di Roma La Sapienza, già Scientific Editor in Chief della rivista internazionale Italian Journal of Engineering Geology and Environment e Direttore del Centro di Ricerca Previsione e Controllo Rischi Geologici (CERI), Sapienza Università di Roma; ED Ambassador4. Franco Prodi, Professore di Fisica dell’Atmosfera, Università di Ferrara.5. Franco Battaglia, Professore di Chimica Fisica, Università di Modena; Movimento Galileo 2001.6. Mario Giaccio, Professore di Tecnologia ed Economia delle Fonti di Energia, Università di Chieti-Pescara, già Preside della Facoltà di Economia.7. Enrico Miccadei, Professore di Geografia Fisica e Geomorfologia, Università di Chieti-Pescara.8. Nicola Scafetta, Professore di Fisica dell’Atmosfera e Oceanografia, Università di Napoli.9. Antonino Zichichi, Professore Emerito di Fisica, Università di Bologna, Fondatore e Presidente del Centro di Cultura Scientifica Ettore Majorana di Erice.10. Renato Angelo Ricci, Professore Emerito di Fisica, Università di Padova, già Presidente della Società Italiana di Fisica e della Società Europea di Fisica; Movimento Galileo 2001.11. Aurelio Misiti, Professore di Ingegneria sanitaria-Ambientale, Università di Roma La Sapienza, già Preside della Facoltà di Ingegneria, già Presidente del Consiglio Superiore ai Lavori Pubblici.12. Antonio Brambati, Professore di Sedimentologia, Università di Trieste, Responsabile Progetto Paleoclima-mare del PNRA, già Presidente Commissione Nazionale di Oceanografia.13. Cesare Barbieri, Professore Emerito di Astronomia, Università di Padova.14. Sergio Bartalucci, Fisico, Presidente Associazione Scienziati e Tecnologi per la Ricerca Italiana.15. Antonio Bianchini, Professore di Astronomia, Università di Padova.16. Paolo Bonifazi, Astrofisico, ex Direttore dell’Istituto di Fisica dello Spazio Interplanetario (IFSI) dell’Istituto Nazionale Astrofisica (INAF).
9 European Climate Declaration September 26, 201917. Francesca Bozzano, Professore di Geologia Applicata, Università di Roma La Sapienza, Direttore del Centro di Ricerca Previsione, Prevenzione e Controllo Rischi Geologici (CERI).18. Marcello Buccolini, Professore di Geomorfologia, Università di Chieti-Pescara.19. Paolo Budetta, Professore di Geologia Applicata, Università di Napoli.20. Monia Calista, Ricercatore di Geologia Applicata, Università di Chieti-Pescara.21. Giovanni Carboni, Professore di Fisica, Università di Roma Tor Vergata; Movimento Galileo 2001.22. Franco Casali, Professore di Fisica, Università di Bologna e Accademia delle Scienze di Bologna.23. Giuliano Ceradelli, Ingegnere e climatologo, ALDAI.24. Augusta Vittoria Cerutti, membro del Comitato Glaciologico Italiano.25. Domenico Corradini, Professore di Geologia Storica, Università di Modena.26. Fulvio Crisciani, Professore di Fluidodinamica Geofisica, Università di Trieste e Istituto Scienze Marine, Cnr, Trieste.27. Carlo Esposito, Professore di Telerilevamento, Università di Roma La Sapienza.28. Antonio Mario Federico, Professore di Geotecnica, Politecnico di Bari.29. Mario Floris, Professore di Telerilevamento, Università di Padova.30. Gianni Fochi, Chimico, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa; giornalista scientifico.31. Mario Gaeta, Professore di Vulcanologia, Università di Roma La Sapienza.32. Giuseppe Gambolati, Fellow della American Geophysical Union, Professore di Metodi Numerici, Università di Padova.33. Rinaldo Genevois, Professore di Geologia Applicata, Università di Padova.34. Carlo Lombardi, Professore di Impianti nucleari, Politecnico di Milano.35. Luigi Marino, Geologo, Direttore del Centro di Ricerca Previsione, Prevenzione e Controllo Rischi Geologici (CERI)36. Salvatore Martino, Professore di Microzonazione sismica, Università di Roma La Sapienza.37. Paolo Mazzanti, Professore di Interferometria satellitare, Università di Roma La Sapienza.38. Adriano Mazzarella, Professore di Meteorologia e Climatologia, Università di Napoli.39. Carlo Merli, Professore di Tecnologie Ambientali, Università di Roma La Sapienza. 40. Alberto Mirandola, Professore di Energetica Applicata e Presidente Dottorato di Ricerca in Energetica, Università di Padova.41. Renzo Mosetti, Professore di Oceanografia, Università di Trieste, già Direttore del Dipartimento di Oceanografia, Istituto OGS, Trieste.42. Daniela Novembre, Ricercatore in Georisorse Minerarie e Applicazioni Mineralogiche-petrografiche, Università di Chieti-Pescara.43. Sergio Ortolani, Professore di Astronomia e Astrofisica, Università di Padova.44. Antonio Pasculli, Ricercatore di Geologia Applicata, Università di Chieti-Pescara.45. Ernesto Pedrocchi, Professore Emerito di Energetica, Politecnico di Milano.46. Tommaso Piacentini, Professore di Geografia Fisica e Geomorfologia, Università di Chieti-Pescara.47. Guido Possa, Ingegnere nucleare, già Vice Ministro Viceministro del Ministero dell’Istruzione, Università e Ricerca, con delega alla ricerca.48. Mario Luigi Rainone, Professore di Geologia Applicata, Università di Chieti-V Pescara.49. Francesca Quercia, Geologo, Dirigente di ricerca, Ispra.50. Giancarlo Ruocco, Professore di Struttura della Materia, Università di Roma La Sapienza.51. Sergio Rusi, Professore di Idrogeologia, Università di Chieti-Pescara.52. Massimo Salleolini, Professore di Idrogeologia Applicata e Idrogeologia Ambientale, Università di Siena.53. Emanuele Scalcione, Responsabile Servizio Agrometeorologico Regionale ALSIA, Basilicata.54. Nicola Sciarra, Professore di Geologia Applicata, Università di Chieti-Pescara.55. Leonello Serva, Geologo, già Direttore Servizi Geologici d’Italia; Accademia Europa delle Scienze e delle Arti, Classe V, Scienze Tecnologiche e Ambientali; Movimento Galileo 2001.
10European Climate Declaration September 26, 201956. Luigi Stedile, Geologo, Centro di Ricerca Previsione, Prevenzione e Controllo Rischi Geologici (CERI), Università di Roma La Sapienza.57. Giorgio Trenta, Fisico e Medico, Presidente Emerito dell’Associazione Italiana di Radioprotezione Medica; Movimento Galileo 2001.58. Gianluca Valensise, Dirigente di Ricerca, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Roma.59. Corrado Venturini, Professore di Geologia Strutturale, Università di Bologna.60. Franco Zavatti, Ricercatore di Astronomia, Università di Bologna.61. Achille Balduzzi, Geologo, Agip-Eni.62. Claudio Borri, Professore di Scienze delle Costruzioni, Università di Firenze, Coordinatore del Dottorato Internazionale in Ingegneria Civile.63. Pino Cippitelli, Geologo Agip-Eni.64. Franco Di Cesare, Dirigente, Agip-Eni.65. Serena Doria, Ricercatore di Probabilità e Statistica Matematica, Università di Chieti-Pescara.66. Enzo Siviero, Professore di Ponti, Università di Venezia, Rettore dell’Università e-Campus.67. Pietro Agostini, Ingegnere, Associazione Scienziati e Tecnologi per la Ricerca Italiana.68. Donato Barone, Ingegnere.69. Roberto Bonucchi, Insegnante.70. Gianfranco Brignoli, Geologo.71. Alessandro Chiaudani, Ph.D. agronomo, Università di Chieti-Pescara.72. Antonio Clemente, Ricercatore di Urbanistica, Università di Chieti-Pescara.73. Luigi Fressoia, Architetto urbanista, Perugia.74. Sabino Gallo, Ingegnere nucleare e scrittore scientifico.75. Daniela Giannessi, Primo Ricercatore, IPCF-CNR, Pisa.76. Roberto Grassi, Ingegnere, Amministratore G&G, Roma.77. Alberto Lagi, Ingegnere, Presidente di Società Ripristino Impianti Complessi Danneggiati.78. Luciano Lepori, Ricercatore IPCF-CNR, Pisa.79. Roberto Madrigali, Meteorologo.80. Ludovica Manusardi, Fisico nucleare e giornalista scientifico, UGIS.81. Maria Massullo, Tecnologa, ENEA-Casaccia, Roma.82. Enrico Matteoli, Primo Ricercatore, IPCF-CNR, Pisa.83. Gabriella Mincione, Professore di Scienze e Tecniche di Medicina di Laboratorio, Università di Chieti-Pescara.84. Massimo Pallotta, Primo Tecnologo, Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare.85. Enzo Pennetta, Professore di Scienze Naturali e divulgatore scientifico.86. Franco Puglia, Ingegnere, Presidente CCC, Milano.87. Nunzia Radatti, Chimico, Sogin.88. Vincenzo Romanello, Ingegnere nucleare, Ricercatore presso il Centro Ricerca di Rez, Repubblica Ceca.89. Alberto Rota, Ingegnere, Ricercatore presso CISE e ENEL ed esperto di energie rinnovabili.90. Massimo Sepielli, Direttore di Ricerca, ENEA, Roma.91. Ugo Spezia, Ingegnere, Responsabile Sicurezza Industriale, SoGIN; Movimento Galileo 2001.92. Emilio Stefani, Professore di Patologia vegetale, Università di Modena.93. Umberto Tirelli, Visiting Senior Scientist, Istituto Tumori d’Aviano; Movimento Galileo 2001.94. Roberto Vacca, Ingegnere e scrittore scientifico.95. Giorgio Bertucelli, Ingegnere, già Dirigente Industriale, Associazione Lombarda Dirigenti Aziende Industriali.96. Luciano Biasini, Professore Emerito, già Docente di Calcoli numerici e grafici, Direttore dell’Istituto Matematico e Preside della Facoltà di Scienze Matematiche, Fisiche e Naturali dell’Università di Ferrara.97. Giampiero Borrielli, Ingegnere.98. Antonio Maria Calabrò, Ingegnere, Ricercatore, Consulente.
11European Climate Declaration September 26, 201999. Enrico Colombo, Chimico, Dirigente Industriale.100. Stefano De Pieri, Ingegnere energetico e nucleare.101. Benedetto De Vivo, Professore di Geochimica in pensione dall’Università di Napoli; ora Professore Straordinario presso Università Telematica Pegaso, Napoli.102. Carlo Del Corso, Ingegnere Chimico.103. Francesco Dellacasa, Ingegnere, amministratore di società nel settore energetico.104. Sergio Fontanot, Ingegnere.105. Umberto Gentili, Fisico dell’ENEA, Climatologo per il Progetto Antartide.106. Ettore Malpezzi, Ingegnere.107. Alessandro Martelli, Ingegnere, già dirigente ENEA.108. Umberto Minopoli, Presidente dell’Associazione Italiana Nucleare.109. Antonio Panebianco, Ingegnere.110. Giorgio Prinzi, Ingegnere, Direttore responsabile della rivista 21mo Secolo Scienza e tecnologi111. Arnaldo Radovix, Geologo, Risk Manager in derivati finanziari.112. Mario Rampichini, Chimico, Dirigente Industriale in pensione, Consulente.113. Marco Ricci, Fisico, Primo Ricercatore, Istituto Nazionale di Fisica
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM THE NETHERLANDS1. Guus Berkhout, Emeritus Professor of Geophysics, Delft University of Technology, Member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; ECD Ambassador2. Maarten van Andel, Author of the ‘Groene Illusie’3. André Bijkerk, Geophysicist, Former Royal Dutch Airforce, now Climate Researcher4. Peter Bloemers, Emeritus Professor of biochemistry, Radbout University, Nijmegen5. Paul M.C. Braat, Emeritus Professor of Pulmonary Physics, University of Amsterdam6. Solke Bruin, Emeritus Professor of Product-driven Process Technology, University of Eindhoven, and Former member Management Committee Unilever Research, Vlaardingen7. Paul Cliteur, Professor of Legal Sciences, Member of the Senate of The Netherlands8. Albert J.H.G. Cloosterman, Retired Chemical Engineer, Publicist on Climate and Cosmological Matters9. Marcel Crok, Climate Researcher and Science Journalist10. David E. Dirkse, Former Computer Engineer and Teacher Mathematics11. Kees de Groot, Former Director Upstream Research Lab. Shell12. Kees de Lange, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Vrije University Amsterdam and University of Amsterdam13. Louw Feenstra, Emeritus Professor Erasmus University and philosopher, Rotterdam14. Frans H. Gortemaker, Former Vice president Unilever Global R&D15. Leo Halvers, Former Director Biliton Research Arnhem and former Director technology Foundation STW16. Eduard Harinck, Former Logistics Expert, Nedlloyd Group/KPMG consulting; member of the ED support team17. J.R. Hetzler, Forestry Economics and Time Series Modeling18. Jan F. Holtrop, Emeritus Professor of Petroleum Engineering, Delft University of Technology19. A. Huijser, Physicist and Former CTO Royal Philips Electronics20. W. J. (Wouter) Keller, Emeritus Professor of Statistical Methods, Former Member Board of Directors, Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS)21. Jacques van Kerchove, Economist and Marketeer, Former CFO Rabobank, now Climate and Environment researcher22. R.W.J. Kouffeld, Emeritus Professor of Energy Conversion, Delft University of Technology23. Hans H.J. Labohm, Former Expert Reviewer IPCC24. Kees le Pair, Physicist, Former Director of Research organisations FOM and Technology & former member of the General Energy Council, The Netherlands25. B.G. Linsen, Former Director Unilever Research Vlaardingen, The Netherlands26. Pieter Lukkes, Emeritus Professor of Economic and Human Geography, University of Groningen
12European Climate Declaration September 26, 201927. Hugo Matthijssen, Former Teacher Meteorology, now Publicist on Climate Matters28. Simon Middelhoek, Emeritus Professor of Electronic Instrumentation and Sensors, Delft University of Technology, Member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences and Member of the National Academy of Engineering, USA29. J.M. Mulderink, Former General Director Akzo-Nobel30. Rob Nijssen, Radar Engineer and Publicist on Climate Matters31. Leffert Oldenkamp, Expert Forest Management32. Peter Oosterling, Former Scientist E & P Shell, now active as Climate Researcher; member of the ED support team 33. Kees Pieters, Mathematician; Former Operational Research and ICT manager at Shell 34. Reynier Pronk, Former IT Manager, Accredited Project Management Consultant and Trainer35. G.T. Robillard, Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics36. Arthur Rörsch, Former Member Board of Directors, TNO, The Netherlands37. Don Schäfer, Former Director Shell Exploration & Production and New Business, Shell38. Frans Schrijver, Strategy Consultant and Climate Publicist39. Jos de Smit. Emeritus Professor of Stochastic Operations Research and Former Rector Magnificus of the University of Twente40. Albert Stienstra, Emeritus Professor of Computer Simulation and Micro-Electronics, Delft University of Technology41. P.J. Strijkert, Former Member Board of Directors of DSM, Delft, The Netherlands42. Dick Thoenes, Emeritus Professor of Chemical Technology, Technical University of Eindhoven43. Fred Udo, Emeritus Professor of Nuclear Physics, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium44. J.F. van de Vate, Former Director ECN, Petten, The Netherlands. Former UN Delegate IPCC.45. Frans van den Beemt, Nuclear Physicist, Former Program Director Technology Foundation STW46. Rutger van Santen, Emeritus Professor of Anorganic Chemistry and Catalysis, Former Rector Magnificus, Eindhoven University47. Barend-Jan Smits, Geologist, Former Director of Wintershall Nederland, BASF Group48. Hans van Suijdam, Former Executive Vice President Research and Development DSM, The Netherlands49. Peter van Toorn, Former Research Geophysicist Shell50. Jannes J. Verwer, Former CEO Large Electricity Generation Group and Former Chairman Supervisory Board State Owned Radio Active Waste Storage Facilities, The Netherlands 51. Henk van der Vorst, Emeritus Professor of Numerical Mathematics, University of Utrecht52. Jaap van der Vuurst de Vries, Emeritus Professor of Petroleum Engineering, Former Dean Faculty of Applied Earth Sciences, Delft University of Technology53. Karel Wakker, Emeritus Professor of Astrodynamics & Geodynamics, Delft University of Technology54. Cyril Wentzel, Multi-Physics Engineer and Chairman of Environmental Think Tank ‘Groene Rekenkamer’55. Dolf van Wijk, Formerly AkzoNobel Environmental Research Laboratory and Former Executive Director Cefic-Euro Chlor, Brussels56. W.J. Witteman, Professor of Applied Physics and CO2 lasers, University of Twente57. Theo Wolters, Co-founder ‘Groene Rekenkamer’ and ‘Climategate.nl’
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM NORWAY1. Morten Jødal, Biologist, Former Employee of the Norwegian Research Council and the Centre for the Development and Environment at the University of Oslo; ECD Ambassador2. Gunnar Abrahamsen, Professor Em. Soil Science, University of Life Sciences, Norway3. Stein Storlie Bergsmark, Phycisist, Former head of renewable Energy Studies Programmes, University of Agder, Norway4. Reidar Borgstrøm, Professor Emeritus in fishbiology and Nature Conservation, University of Life Sciences Norway
13European Climate Declaration September 26, 20195. Jon Gulbrandsen, PhD, biologist, Associate Professor NOFIMA and NOAA (USA), Norway6. Rögnvaldur Hannesson, Professor Emeritus, Norwegian School of Economics, Norway7. Geir Hasnes, Adjunct Associate Professor, Institute of applied Cybernetics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway8. Hans Konrad Johnsen, Dr. Ing., Norway9. Arnfinn Langeland, Professor Emeritus Biology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology10. Willy Nerdal, professor of Chemistry, University of Bergen11. Ulf Torgny Rock, Master of Chemical Engineering, Norsk Hydro, Norway12. Martin Torvald Hovland, Geophysical and Geological Advisor, Former Lecturer at University of Tromsø13. Elen Roaldset, Emertitus Professor in Geology, University of Oslo, Former Director of Natural History Museum Oslo, Professor at Norwegian University of Science and Technology14. Hakon Gunnar Rueslatten, Geological Researcher, Trondhheim15. Tom V Segalstad, Associate Professor Emeritus of Geochemistry, University of Oslo, Norway16. Jan-Erik Solheim, Professor Emeritus Astrophysics, University of Oslo17. Jørgen Stenersen, Professor Emeritus Eco-Toxicology, University of Oslo
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM POLAND1. Marek Boinski, Chairman of the National Section of Energy Workers’ Union NSZZ2. Jaroslaw Grzesik, Chairman of the National Secretariat of Mine and Energy Workers’ Union NSZZ3. Dominik Kolorz, Chairman of the Slasko-Dabrowski Region of NSZZ
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM SWEDEN1. Ingemar Nordin, Emeritus Professor Philosophy of Science, Linköping University; ECD Ambassador2. Sture Åström, Professional in cCimate Issues, Secretary of the Swedish Network Klimatsans 3. Rolf Bergman, Emeritus Professor of Physical Chemistry, Uppsala University4. Dr. Lars Bern, Member of The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Retired CEO in Incentive AB5. Magnus Cederlöf, Software Specialist, Stockholm6. Per-Olof Eriksson, Physicist, Former CEO of Sandvik Group7. Dr. Anders Flodin, Business Development Manager, Höganäs AB in North Carolina8. David D. Gee, Professor Em Orogen Dynamics, Uppsala University, Sweden9. Hans Jelbring, Climate researcher10. Claes Johnson, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm11. Gunnar Juliusson, Professor of Hematology, Lund University, Senior Consultant, Skåne, University Hospital, Lund12. Sten Kaijser, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, Uppsala University13. Johan Montelius, Associate Professor of Computer Science at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm14. Nils-Axel Mörner, Emeritus Professor Geology, President of the Independent Committee on Geoethics. Former head of Paleogeophysics & Geodynamics at Stockholm University15. Gösta Pettersson, Emeritus Professor in Biochemistry, University of Lund16. Marian Radetzki, Emeritus Professor of Economics, Luleå University of Technology17. Peter Stilbs, Emeritus Professor of Physical Chemistry, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm18. Elsa Widding, Consultant, Author on Climate Change, Stockholm
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM UNITED KINGDOM1. Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, Peer of the Realm and author of several reviewed papers on climate; ECD Ambassador2. David Bodecott, Consultant Geophysics and Geology, Fellow of the Geological Society of London3. D. Q. Bowen, Emeritus Professor of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Fellow International Union for Quaternary Research, Cardiff University 4. Michael Brown, Expert in large scale thermal fluid dynamic models.5. John C. W. Cope, Professor of Natural Sciences, National Museum Wales, Cardiff 6. Richard Courtney, Retired Material Scientist, Expert Peer Reviewer of the IPCC7. Isabel Davis, Geophysicist and Entrepreneur8. Howard Dewhirst FGS, Geologist, Initiator Open Letter to the Geological Society of London 9. Gregor Dixon FGS, Geologist, former member Geological Society of London 10. Roderick Paul Eaton, Retired Energy Systems Analyst from the UK Electricity Supply Industry11. Peter Gill, Physicist, Former Chair of the Institute of Physics Energy Group, UK 12. Gil Gilchrist, Geophysicist, UK13. Tim Harper FGS, Geologist, Entrepreneur, Devon 14. Bob Heath, retired Geophysicist, Honorary member of the Indian Society of Petroleum Geologists 15. David A. L. Jenkins, Geologist, Director Hurricane Energy plc 16. Chris Matchatte-Downes, Geologist, fellow of the geological Society of Gt Britain 17. Edward Nealon, Geologist Member of the Australian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy, UK18. Peter Owen FGS, Fellow of the Geological Society of London 19. Clive Randle, Geologist, Fellow of the Geological Society of London 20. Michael F. Ridd, Geologist, Fellow of the Geological Society of London21. Michael Seymour, geologist, Former Managing Director Aurelian Oil & Gas and Trajan Oil limited 22. Valentina Zharkova, Professor of Mathematics and Astrophysics, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne
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SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM AUSTRALIA1. Viv Forbes, Geologist with Special Interest in Climate, Founder of www. carbon-sense.com, Queensland, Australia; ECD Ambassador2. Don Andersen, 3. David Archibald, Research Scientist, Australia4. Michael Asten, Emeritus Professor in Geophysics and Continuing Senior Research Fellow at the Monash University, Melbourne 5. Jeremy Barlow, Energy and Mining professional, Director and CEO, Australia6. Colin Barton, Geologist, Former Principal Research Scientist CSIRO, Australia7. Gordon Batt, Director GCB Investments Pty Ltd8. Robert M. Bell, Retired geologist, Victoria, Australia9. Richard Blayden Professional Engineer10. Howard Thomas Brady, Member Explorers Club of New York, Member of the Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences11. Geoff Brown, Organizer of a Critical Climate Group, Australia12. Douglas Buerger, Fellow Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, member of Australian Institute of Company Directors, Australia13. Mike Bugler, Retired Environmental Consultant, Australia14. Ray Carman, Organic chemist, Honorary Fellow University of Queensland, Australia15. Peter Champness, Radiologist, Australia16. Andrew E. Chapman, Expert on Rainfall and flood events, Australia17. Richard Corbett, Member Royal Australian Chemical Institute, Member of The Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand18. Majorie Curtis, Retired Geologist, Stratigrapher and Palaeoclimatic Studies, Canberra, Australia19. Geoff Derrick, Geologist20. Aert Driessen, Geologist, Fellow Australian Institute of Geoscientists, Australia21. John A. Earthrowl, retired Geologist, Brisbane Australia22. Jeremy K. Ellis, Retired Chairman of BHP, now Chairman of the Saltbush Club, Australia23. Matthew J. Fagan, Founder and President of FastCAM Inc.24. Rodney Fripp, former lecturer in geology, geochemistry and geotechtonics25. Christopher J.S. Game, Retired Neurophysiologist, Australia26. Robin George, Geologist, Canterbury, Australia27. David Gibson, Experimental Physicist, Australia28. Gavin Gillman, Former Senior Principal Research Scientist with SCIRO Australia; Founding Director of the IITA Ecoregional Research Centre in Cameroon for the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA)29. Hamish Grant, MR Spectroscopy & Imaging Consultant, Victoria, Australia30. Lindsay Hackett, Founding member of the Saltbush Club in Australia31. Erl Happ, Managing Director, Australia32. John Happs, Geoscientist, Retired University Lecturer, Australia33. John Harrison, Retired Marine Engineer, Australia34. Jarvis Hayman, Visiting Fellow School of Archaeology & Anthropology, Australian National University35. Mark Henschke, Retired geologist in mining, oil and gas, Australia36. Gerhard Hofmann, Geologist and Palaeontologist, former Director of the Geological Survey of Queensland37. Geraint Hughes, Mechanical Building Engineer, Climate Researcher, Australia38. Kevin Kemmis, Expert in Information Technology, Climate Researcher 39. Hugh H. Laird, Retired Tropical Agriculture Executive40. John Leisten OBE, expert in physical chemistry41. Brian Levitan, worked for NASA, now Technology Consultant to multinationals42. Matthew David Linn, Fellow of the Institution of Engineers of Australia43. Gerard McGann, Technical Director Eon NRG44. Rodney McKellar, Retired Geologist, Queensland, Australia
16European Climate Declaration September 26, 201945. John McLean, Author of first major review of HadCRUT 4 climate temperature data, Member of New Zealand Climate Science Coalition46. Ross McLeod, Retired Environmental Health Officer, Australia47. Finlay MacRitchie, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Grain Science and Industry at Kansas State University, USA. Australia48. John Michelmore, Retired Industrial Chemist, South Australia49. Alan Moran, Contributor and Editor of the Mark Steyn Compilation: “Climate Change, the Facts”, Author of Climate Change: “Treaties and Policies in the Trump Era”50. Des Moore, Former Deputy Secretary of the Federal Treasury, founder and leader of the Institute for Private Enterprise51. Hugh Morgan, prominent Australian mining executive, Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology, Science and Engineering (FTSE).52. C.D. Ollier, Emeritus Professor of Geology and Honorary Research Fellow at the School of Earth and Geographical Sciences, University of Western Australia53. Ian Plimer, Emeritus Professor of Mining Geology at University of Adelaide and Author of ‘Climate Delusion and the Great Electricity Rip-off ’54. Alistair Pope, psc, CM, Sceptical Scientific Contrarian in the Climate Debate55. Tom Quirk, Nuclear Physicist, Australia56. Campbell Rankine, Varrister and Solicitor, Australia57. Peter Ridd, Oceanographer and Geophysicist, Former Head of Physics at the James Cook University, Queensland58. Nigel Rowlands, retired from mining and exploration industry59. Judy Ryan, Editor Principia Scientific Institution-Australia60. Jim Simpson, Retired from Managing Positions in different International Telecommunications Firms, now active in the Australian Climate Community,61. Case Smit, Physicist, Expert in Environmental Protection, Co-founder of the Galileo Movement, Australia62. Lee Smith, University Lecturer in Spatial Technology, Responsible for State Government Precise Monitoring of Sea Level and International Sea Boundaries63. Darren Speirs, Independent Business Owner, Rangeland NRM Consultants, Australia64. Geoffrey Stocker, Professor and Head of Department of Forestry, PNG University of Technology – Director of PNG Forest Research Institute65. Rodney R. Stuart, Retired expert in energy industry, Tasmania, Australia66. R. Symons, Professional Engineer, Expert in Temperature Control of Industrial Buildings 67. Rustyn Wesley Thomas, Retired aircraft engineer, Australia68. John W. Turner, Science Educator, Noosa Heads, Australia69. Peter Tyrer, Project Controls Engineer in mining industry, Australia70. Terrence Vincent, Security Engineer, Small Business Adviser AIST, ASIAL, SMBE, Australia71. James Walter, Medical doctor, Australia72. John Warnock, Astro Economist, Australia73. Christopher Kenneth Warren, Expert in hydroelectric dam design and construction, Australia74. Neil Wilkins, Retired geologist, Australia75. P.C. Wilson, Former journalist with the A.B.C. Queensland, Australia
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM BRAZIL1. Luiz Carlos Baldicero Molion, Emeritus Professor of the Federal University of Alagoas (UFAL), Formerly of the National Institute of Space research (INPE)2. Ricardo Augusto Felicio, Professor of the Department of Geography of the University of Sao Paulo (USP), Member of the Brazilian Society of Meteorology (SBMET)3. Geraldo Luis Saraiva Lino, Geologist, Author of ‘How a natural Phenomenon Was Converted into a False Global Emergency4. Dr. Thiago Maia, Nuclear Physicist with PhD in Astrophysics, wrote critical climate letter to Brazilian Government5. Igor Vaz maquieira, Biologist, Specialist in Environmental Management
17European Climate Declaration September 26, 20196. Mario de Carvalho Fontes Neto, Agronomist, Editor of ‘The Great Global Warming Swindle’7. Daniela de Souza Onca, Professor of the Geography Department of the State University of Santa Catarina (UDESC)
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM NEW ZEALAND1. Terry Dunleavy MBE, co-founder (2006) and honorary secretary, New Zealand Climate Science Coalition; ECD Ambassador2. Deborah Alexander, Agricultural Scientist, New Zealand3. Jock Allison, retired Agricultural Scientist, Ministry of Agriculture,New-Zealand4. Barry Brill , OBE, Previously Minister of Science and Techology, New Zealand5. Doug Edmeades, Managing Director agKnowledge Ltd., New Zealand6. Roger High Dewhurst, Retired, geologist/hydrogeologist, New Zealand7. Geoffrey G. Duffy, Professor Emeritus, University of Auckland, New Zealand8. Joe Fone, CAD Engineer, Enatel Ltd9. Bryan Leyland, Power Systems Engineer and Experienced Renewable Energy Specialist10. Gerrit J. van der Lingen, Paleoclimatologist, New Zealand, Author of the Book The Fable of Stable Climate
18European Climate Declaration September 26, 201911. John Scarry ME (Civil), structural engineer, member of the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition12. John Sexton, Member of the New Zealand Climate Coalition13. Philip Strong, Science Research Leader & Member of the New Zealand Climate Coalition14. Richard Treadgold, Executive Member NZ Climate Scienc Coalition, Convenor Climate Conversation Group
SCIENTISTS AND PROFESSIONALS FROM USA1. Richard Lindzen, Emeritus Professor Atmospheres, Oceans and Climate, MIT, USA; ECD Ambassador2. Ralph B. Alexander, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Science Writer3. Anthony J. Armini, Retired Founder and CEO Implant Sciences Corp.., USA4. Tim Ball, Emeritus Professor Geography, University of Winnipeg, Canada and Advisor of the International Science Coalition5. Hans-Peter Bär, Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology, Canada and Former Dean of Basic Medical Sciences, American University of Barbados, Barbados6. James R. Barrante, Emeritus Professor of Physical Chemistry, USA7. Charles G. Battig, Climate Adviser, Heartland Institute, USA8. Larry Bell, Endowed Professor of Space Architecture, University of Houston, USA9. Elliott D. Bloom, Emeritus Professor of Particle Physics and Astrophysics, KIPAC-SLAG, Stanford University10. Daniel Botkin, Emeritus Professor of Biology, Climate Researcher, Author of the Book: Twenty-five Myths That Are Destroying the Environment, USA11. Martin Cornell, Retired Senior Scientist, Dow Chemical Company, USA12. Joseph S. D’aleo, Professor of Meteorology and Climatology at Lyndon Stage College, Founder of Icecap.us, First Director of meteorology of the Weather Channel, USA13. David Deming, Professor of Arts & Sciences, University of Oklahoma, USA14. Harold H. Doiron, Retired NASA Engineer, USA15. John Droz jr, Physicist, Founder of AWED Alliance, USA16. Freeman Dyson, Emeritus Professor Natural Sciences, Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton University, USA17. Peter Farrell, Fellow of the US National Academy of Engineering, USA18. Rex Fleming, Research Scientist, Author of Book on Carbon Dioxide Fallacy, Retired President Global Aerospace, USA19. Gordon J. Fulks, Astrophysicist, Board of Directors CO2 Coalition, Co-founder Global Warming Realists20. Terry Gannon, Physicist, Retired Semiconductor Executive, USA 21. Ulrich H. Gerlach, Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University, USA22. Laurence I. Gould, Professor of Physics, University of Hartford, Past Chair, New England Section of the American Physical Society.23. Steve Goreham, Executive Director, Climate Science Coalition of America, USA24. David Heald, Retired Electrical Engineer, USA25. Howard C. Hayden, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of Connecticut, USA26. Wayne P. Kraus, Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE)27. Patrick J. Michaels, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washington DC, USA
19European Climate Declaration September 26, 201928. Pamela Matlack-Klein, Member of Portuguese Sea Level Project, USA29. Richard McFarland, Retired NASA Physicist, USA30. Daniel W. Nebert, Professor Emeritus, Department of Environmental Medicine and Center for Environmental Genetics, University of Cincinnati31. Thomas O’Connor, Member American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Washington, USA32. Herman A. Pope, retired Aerospace Engineer NASA-JSC, USA33. Willem Post, Independent Researcher regarding Energy and Environment34. Phil Robinson, Retired Chemist in the Aluminium and Steel Industry35. Willie Soon, Independent Scientist, USA36. Ronald Stein, Professional Engineer, USA37. Paul Taylor, Energy Economist, recipient Rossitor Raymond Award, Golden Colorado, USA38. Richard Trzupek, Chemist and Air Quality Expert39. Waheed Uddin, Professor of Engineering Science, University of Mississippi, Expert in Climate Modeling, Former Advisor UN40. William B. Walters, Guggenheim Fellow, Professor of Atmospheric, Nuclear and Environmental Chemistry, University of Maryland, USA41. Steven E. Weismantel, Retired Engineer and Climate Researcher, USA42. Gregory R. Wrightstone, Expert Reviewer IPCCC 6th Assessment Report (AR6), USA43. David Wojick, Cognitive Scientist, USA44. Thomas Wysmuller, Retired NASA Executive, USA45. Bob Zybach, Program Manager, Oregon Websites and Watersheds Project INC., USA