Thu, Sep 28|
Rockley's Event Center
A Climate Conversation Screening and Panel Discussion
A must-see film for concerned, but open-minded, Americans.
Time & Location
Sep 28, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM MDT
Rockley's Event Center, 8555 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood, CO 80215, USA
About the event
Join us for a special screening of A Climate Conversation. A Climate Conversation was made in Colorado. The filmmakers (Walt Johnson and Colton Moyer) and narrator (Kim Monson) live in the Front Range. This screening is the second limited showing before its broadcast debut on Newsmax in October.
Your hostess for the evening is Ramey Johnson, former state representative and Lakewood City Council member. The emcee for the evening is Dave O'Rourke. Wine, light refreshments, and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. The event begins at 6:00, and guests are encouraged to arrive at that time to find seats, help themselves to drinks and light refreshments, and mingle with other attendees.
The screening starts at 7:00. A panel discussion will be held after the screening, moderated by Dave O'Rourke. The panel comprises the filmmakers, the experts featured in the film, and special guest James Taylor, president of The Heartland Institute. Guests are encouraged to ask any questions about A Climate Conversation or the topics it covers.
Tickets are limited and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
- All guests must be 21 or over.
- The event begins at 6:00 PM, and guests are encouraged to arrive by this time.
- The screening starts at 7:00 PM.
- The panel discussion starts after the screening.
- Wine, light refreshments, and non-alcoholic beverages will be served.
- Seating is not assigned.
- Walt Johnson
- Colton Moyer
- Gregory Wrightstone
- Ron Stein
- Ken Gregory
- Kim Monson
- James Taylor
About A Climate Conversation
A Climate Conversation provides a refreshing change for people naturally confused by the disconnect between observed reality and the dire forecasts of climate alarmists. An opportunity to learn the facts, evaluate the arguments of experts, and make up your own mind.
Climate change is real, and its costs are not zero. But climate policy is also real, and some proposed solutions come with staggering costs, both in dollars and, potentially, to the American dream for our children and the generations to come.
It’s been responsibly calculated the cost to get to Net Zero in the U.S.A. is $1.1 million per adult.
Leadership and an informed citizenry is desperately needed to move us toward a more balanced approach. A Climate Conversation is an important film and an essential step in the right direction.
Calling the tribal shouting match between extremes on both sides of the climate question a debate is a misnomer. This one-hour documentary takes a novel approach, asking the most fundamental questions about climate change, examining the relevant data, and suggesting we look to science as a source of wisdom, not as a weapon to be wielded by partisans with political agendas.
“Is the planet warming, and should this be the primary reason for us to be concerned about our future?” “Is carbon dioxide a deadly poison or a miracle molecule?” “Does global warming lead to catastrophic events?” and “What is the cost to achieve net zero?” are some of the questions raised in the film.
Self-canceling claims, such as “we own the science,” serve only to divide. Science, by definition, cannot be about consensus; the earth is not flat, and the sun does not revolve around us. We should welcome challenges to theories as fundamental to human flourishing. Without dialog, there is no science.
A Climate Conversation rejects extremism in favor of a constructive debate on climate change. Devised and produced by geophysicist Walter Johnson and filmmaker Colton Moyer, A Climate Conversation offers viewers a welcome opportunity to reach a consensus based on shared values of environmentalism and humanitarian compassion.
The American people are at a crossroads, and the stakes are sky high. Net Zero is presented as an existential solution, but is it even possible?
- Where will we find the hundreds of trillions it will take to replace fossil fuels?
- Are there enough rare earths to make all the batteries we would need?
- How could we maintain our modern lifestyle without the thousands of products made from fossil fuels, or should we choose to return to a Nineteenth Century lifestyle?
Many Americans are in an impossible situation: they don’t know what they don’t know
- Do 97% of scientists believe that global warming will lead to catastrophic climate events? Or is that number actually 1%?
- Is a warmer climate actually conducive to human flourishing, as it was during the great eras of human history, when it was much warmer than it is now or is predicted to be by 2100?
- Won’t a warmer climate actually save lives, and create more abundant food supplies?
- Does it bother you that anyone asking reasonable questions is called a "denier?"
The United Nations describes climate change as “the defining issue of our time”, and calls for “drastic action today.” “Drastic” is defined as likely to have a strong or far-reaching effect; radical and extreme. A Climate Conversation proposes a different, and we believe wiser solution: before we agree to anything drastic, let’s learn the facts, evaluate the arguments of experts, and make up our own minds.
Join us at Rockley’s. Meet the experts featured in A Climate Conversation. Make up your own mind.
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"A Climate Conversation offers an extremely well done presentation on the many complex issues concerning climate change. The presentation is authoritative and highly professional"