Sixth International Conference on Climate Change
As one of three members of the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands, I am a steward of nearly 75,000 acres in the state ofWisconsin. As such, I am concerned for both the environmental and the economic health of the State ofWisconsin, and I look forward to gaining perspective this highly politicized and controversial issue.
The Conference will be exploring the use of science and economics to improve the attendees’ understanding of climate change, and will be encouraging adherence to the scientific method in making predictions related to climate.
I am attending the conference as part of a legislative outreach effort on the part of the Heartland Institute, and was awarded a travel stipend to cover expenses dealing with attendance at the conference.