The Institute of Public Affairs is bringing together the biggest names in the climate change debate. Make a tax-deductible donation today to help the IPA publish a new book of research,Climate Change: The Facts 2014,and continue to influence the climate change debate in Australia.

If you donate $400 or more you will have the option of being prominently acknowledged on the back cover ofClimate Change: The Facts 2014.


Here’s why contributors toClimate Change: The Facts 2014 want you to make a tax-deductible donation to the IPA today:

“This is a crucial year in the climate debate. Australia needs the IPA’s Climate Change: The Facts 2014 so our politicians get to see the evidence – such as the failure of the planet to warm since 1998, and the immeasurably small effect Australia’s global warming policies will actually have on world temperatures.”
 Andrew Bolt, contributor toClimate Change: The Facts 2014

“At last people are making up their own mind about climate change – they can see the doomsayers are wrong!”
 James Delingpole, contributor toClimate Change: The Facts 2014

“Climate change alarmists have done a great disservice to the cause of rational scientific enquiry.Climate Change: The Facts 2014is significant because it deals with the evidence.”
 Professor Stewart Franks, University of Tasmania,
contributor toClimate Change: The Facts 2014