IceAgeNow is a website originally iceagenow.com and now located at iceagenow.info. It has described itself as “a Web site dedicated to showing that our climate is driven by natural cycles, not by humans.” 
IceAgeNow regularly publishes articles skeptical of climate change by its author, and sole employee, Robert Felix — a former architect. George Monbiot at The Guardian describes IceAgeNow as primarily serving to promote Felix's book about the “coming ice age.” Monbiot says that Felix selectively picks evidence in his attempt to disprove man-made global warming. 
“Is Felix a climatologist, a volcanologist or an oceanographer?” Monbiot asks. “Er, none of the above. His biography describes him as a 'former architect'. His website is so bonkers that I thought at first it was a spoof. Sadly, he appears to believe what he says.”
As the title of the website suggests, IceAgeNow regularly posts articles suggesting the possibility of global cooling. It often posts articles on localized weather events like low temperatures and snowfalls, implying that these are signs of global cooling. Skeptical Science has a comprehensive article on global cooling here.
Stance on Climate Change
“[O]ur climate is driven by natural cycles, not by humans. We fear that one of those cycles – the Milankovitch Cycle – is leading us into the next ice age right now. We also fear that this nonsense about 'global warming' will leave us blindsided and unprepared.” 
Funding details are not available for IceAgeNow, however appears the website's primary purpose is to sell Robert Felix's book and DVD, Not by Fire but by Ice, which costs $15.95 US.
Robert Felix appears to be the only employee of IceAgeNow.
IceAgeNow regularly publishes articles suggesting global cooling or an impending ice age. Recently, (in 2015) it has also been promoting presidential candidate Donald Trump's positions on climate change and the EPA, as well as those of other conservative politicians such as Ted Cruz who has described climate change as a “religion.” 
Sample articles below:
- October 30, 2015: Trump vows to cut funding for EPA
- October 29, 2016: “This is why the American people don’t trust the media” – Thank you Ted Cruz!
- October 28, 2015: Trump – ‘We could use a big fat dose of global warming’
- October 27, 2015: Trump on climate change – Video
- October 26, 2015: Where do candidates stand on global warming?
Not by Fire but by Ice
Robert Felix uses his website to promote his books Not by Fire but by Ice (Sugarhouse Publishing, 2000) and Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps. His general theory is that the reversal of the poles will lead to environmental changes and a coming ice age. , 
IceAgeNow publishes “news” related to climate change skepticism and documenting heavy snowfalls and instances of cool temperatures as evidence for our descent into another ice age.
May 21 - 23, 2012
June 30 - July 1, 2011
DeSmogBlog found that 17 of the 43 sponsors of the Heartland Institute's Sixth International Conference on Climate Change, including the Heartland Institute itself, had collectively received over $46 million from either Scaife Foundations, Koch Foundations, or ExxonMobil. 
May 16 - 18, 2010
DeSmogBlog researched sponsors of the conference and found that 19 of the 65 co-sponsors had received over $40 million in funding from ExxonMobil and/or Koch Industries, and/or the Scaife family foundations since 1985. 
June 2, 2009
March 8 - 10, 2009
DeSmogBlog researched the funding behind the conference and found that sponsor organizations had received over $47 million in funding from energy companies and right-wing foundations, with 78% of that total coming from Scaife Family foundations. 
Heartland Institute, “International Conference on Climate Change: Global Warming: Was It Ever Really a Crisis?” (PDF), March 8-10, 2009, page 32. Archived March 18, 2009.
“Whois Record for IceAgeNow.info,” DomainTools. Accessed October, 2015.
“Whois Record for IceAgeNow.com,” DomainTools. Accessed October, 2015.
Samantha Page. “Ted Cruz: 'Climate Change Is Not Science. It's Religion',” ThinkProgress, October 30, 2015. WebCite URL: http://www.webcitation.org/6cfy1cX9j
“Cosponsors,” 7th International Conference on Climate Change. Archived May 10, 2012.
Michael Fisher. “A Closer Look at Heartland's ICCC7 Denial-a-Palooza Speakers and Sponsors,” DeSmogBlog, May 23, 2012.
Sixth International Conference on Climate Change Conference Program (PDF), the Heartland Institute. Archived July 25, 2015.
Brendan DeMelle. “Denial-a-Palooza 6: Heartland's Sixth International Conference on Climate Change, Courtesy of Koch, Scaife & Exxon,” DeSmogBlog, June 30, 2011.
4th International Conference on Climate Change Conference Program (PDF), The Heartland Institute.
Brendan DeMelle. “Denial-a-palooza Round 4: 'International Conference on Climate Change' Groups Funded by Exxon, Koch Industries,” DeSmogBlog, May 13, 2010.
“Co-Sponsors,” Third International Conference on Climate Change. Archived July 14, 2010.
“Co-Sponsors,” The 2009 International Conference on Climate Change, February 10, 2009. Archived February 27, 2009.