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SAN DIEGO, CA — British aristocrat and climate change skeptic Lord Christopher Monckton will address what he calls a “global warming scam” at the University of San Diego Joan Kroc School of Peace Studies on Saturday, March 24, at 7 p.m.

Monckton, a former special advisor to Margaret Thatcher, is chief policy adviser to the Virginia-based Science and Public Policy Institute, a non-profit organization that provides research and educational materials dedicated to sound public policy based on sound science.

Lord Monckton’s knowledge of the science and politics behind global warming is noted for its breadth and depth.  He has given speeches, lectures and university seminars in the U.S. and throughout the world. He is widely consulted by governments, corporations and professors and has authored numerous papers on the climate issue for the layman as well as for scientific journals.

Monckton’s controversial views about what he terms the “false science” behind man-made climate change – the driving force behind a proposed U.S. carbon tax or cap and trade system — have riled researchers who claim he has misrepresented and misquoted their findings.  However, Monckton’s skepticism is shared by more than 1,000 international scientists who have now challenged man-made global warming claims by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

The talk is being sponsored by Americans Protecting Property Rights, a non-partisan volunteer group organized to protect the private property rights being taken away through excessive environmental, economic and social justice regulations.  State Rep. Brian Jones (R-Santee) will serve as master of ceremonies for the event.  The talk is free and open to the public.

The Joan Kroc School of Peace Studies is located on the west side of the University of San Diego campus at 5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA 92110.
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