#1 How to Engage with Heartland’s Climate Conference Online07-03-2014, 09:02 PM
How to Engage with Heartland’s Climate Conference Online
July 7-9: Watch and Interact with the 9th International Conference on
Climate Change from Anywhere in the World
The Heartland Institute invites you to be a part of the 9th International Conference on Climate Change. Even if you won’t be joining us in person at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas July 7-9, you can follow the whole event online at Heartland.org or CNSNews.com.
Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in the climate conversation with fellow “skeptics” and some of the world’s leading scientists and policy experts! Click here to see the schedule of events, which kick off at 7:45 p.m. PDT on Monday, July 7. Bookmark the conference website, where we will live-streaming every keynote address and all 21 breakout panel sessions.
We will be picking at least one online question during each panel discussion, so use the chat function in the live streams by entering @Heartlandinst followed by your question.
Here are more ways you can get involved with ICCC9:
Follow @HeartlandInst on Twitter to see live updates from the conference and to tweet in your comments and questions using the hashtag #ICCC9.
Like us at Facebook.com/HeartlandInstitute and send us messages with your questions and comments. Remember to address @Heartlandinst in your questions and make sure to use the hashtag #ICCC9.
If you miss any of the live-stream, there’s no reason to worry. All of the presentations will be added to Heartland’s YouTube page after the conference ends. Subscribe to HeartlandTube to browse every bit of the conference, re-watch your favorite speakers, and embed the videos on your own website.
See our board about ICCC9 at Pinterest.com/Heartlandinst/ICCC9/ to view photos of the fantastic speakers and the beautiful Las Vegas location.
If we won’t see you in Vegas, we hope to “see you” online!
Director of Communications
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