Vaclav Klaus, president of the Czech Republic and the European Union, speaks at the 2009 International Conference on Climate Change. Klaus argues that global warming "alarmists" are short on data and long on coercive measures that will reduce wealth and development in the Third World without having any impact on environmental concerns.
Reason's science correspondent Ronald Bailey will be filing dispatches from the conference. Look for the first one to go up later today at Reason.com.
Read Bailey's dispatches from last year's conference here.