Lord Monckton - Richard Dennis National Press Club Debate - 19th July

Lord Monckton will explode all the AGW lies.
On Tuesday 19th July an historic debate will occur at the National Press Club when Lord Monckton debates Global warmist Richard Denniss live.

 This will be the first time a one hour debate on the science and the economics of Global warming are tackled head to head with two opposing leading advocates on in front of the TV cameras.

View the debate: http://theclimatescepticsparty.blogspot.com/2011/07/national-press-club-debate-lord.html

Dr Richard Denniss is the Australia Institute’s Executive Director. He is an economist with a particular interest in the role of regulation. Prior to taking up his current position he was an Associate Professor at the Crawford School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University where he continues to hold an adjunct appointment. Richard has also worked as Strategy Adviser to the Leader of the Australian Greens, Senator Bob Brown, Chief of Staff to the Leader of the Australian Democrats, Senator Natasha Stott Despoja, and lectured in economics at the University of Newcastle.

Richard has published extensively in academic journals, is a frequent contributor to national newspapers and was the co-author of the best selling Affluenza (with Dr Clive Hamilton) and is the co-author of An Introduction to Australian Public Policy: Theory and Practice (with Dr Sarah Maddison).

Lord Christopher Monckton is Chief Policy Advisor to the Science and Public Policy Institute. He was Special Advisor to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher from 1982 to 1986.

Monckton is a widely recognized commentator on climate sensitivity. His climate change lecture to Cambridge University undergraduates was later turned into a full-length feature film (funded by SPPI) titled Apocalypse? NO!. Recently, Monckton has devoted his work toward challenging the so-called “consensus” of scientists on climate change. Along with giving lectures and writing scholarly analyses, Monckton has testified before a subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives.


  1. Great debate.
    Seemed that only one person in the room was endowed with a touch of class, a profound wit and a modicum of intelligence.
    No wonder most of the journalists there will be out of a job when the money runs out and no one is listening.
    Shame that the left wasted their (whose?) money.


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