Tomasz Teluk

Tomasz Teluk


Ph.D. at the Jagiellonian University. Political scientist & economist. Has worked as a policy/economic analyst. [1]


Tomasz Teluk is a policy analyst. He is the Founder and President of the Globalization Institute Foundation (Instytut Globalizacji) and is a fellow of the Centre for the New Europe in Brussels where he served as an economic analyst. He is a former fellow and economic analyst at the Adam Smith Center in Warsaw. He has also been a columnist at[1], [2]

The Globalization Institute is a public policy institute and think tank “focused on the positive aspects of globalization: and established with the goal to “promote free-market ideas in society and to educate citizens about the benefits of voluntary cooperation and economic liberty.” [3]

Stance on Climate Change

“The greenhouse effect is a natural phenomenon. Because the Earth's heat, rise to life. However, assigning blame for global warming is man abuse. The biggest greenhouse gas is water vapor coming from the evaporation of the oceans. Volcanic eruptions can throw as much CO2 into the atmosphere as the entire industrial age. 'Human' CO2 is only 0.25 percent. all emissions. So there is no logical connection between human activities and global warming.” [4]

Key Quotes

“'[G]lobal warming' is a political and business scam […], at least in some areas. Firstly, recognize as experts associated with the energy market, it's simply to replace older technology with new ones. The aim is to big corporations and monopolies energy, mainly from countries such as France and Germany to strengthen its position even in international markets. Secondly, it is a political process, associated with the integration of the left (from the Marxists, by environmentalists after social democracy). The ultimate goal is to build economic power by signing a global treaty to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as planned in Copenhagen. It would be a de facto quasi-world government, deciding how much and what the country can produce.” [5]

“The real tragedy would be global cooling. If repeated, the “little ice age” that is, a decrease in average temperatures of 2 degrees, we can not rule out [shrinking] the acreage of crops, increasing the cost of heating and the incidence of the disease. From the perspective of Polish greenhouse effect is beneficial from the point of view of agriculture, tourism and overall quality of life.” [6]

Key Deeds


Published a book, roughly translated as Mythology of the Greenhouse Effect (Mitologia efektu cieplarnianego). The book was published by the Globalization Institute (of which Teluk is president), and sponsored by Rzeczpospolita, a largely conservative Polish daily newspaper. Teluk's book also points to the largely-debunked Heidelberg Appeal, and Oregon Petitions — presumably as refutation for climate change. In his book, Teluk lists “advantages of CO2,” as well as several proclaimed “myths” about climate change. He describes why the “Socialist International Slogan” to combat global warming is based on “the falsification, manipulation, research and social engineering misleading the public,” and is supposedly a ploy to “destroy capitalism leftists, civilization industrial and the traditional family.” [7]

Since the publication of his book, Teluk has gone on to lecture at a number of locations including the “Akademii Niepoprawnej Politycznie działającej przy Instytucie Edukacji Społecznej i Religijnej im” or “Academy of politically incorrect working at the Institute of Social Education and Religious them” (according to Google Translation). In his lecture, Teluk contends that the issue of global warming has become a political tool to “control most of the population, resulting in the creation of a world government.” Video of his lecture is available here. [8], [9], [10]

The “Politically Incorrect Academy of Education” appears to be part of the “Institute of Social and Religious Them,” a Christian religious organization founded in 1999 in Krakow which describes itself as “a non-governmental organization of Catholic inspiration.”

November/December, 2012

Thomasz Teluk was a speaker (PDF) at the Eighth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-8)/Fifth International Conference on Climate and Energy (ICCE-5) sponsored by both the Heartland Institute and the European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE). Teluk's speech is titled “Relying on Non-Renewables – The Case of Poland.” [12]


Source: [1]


Thomasz Teluk does not appear to have published any articles in peer-reviewed journals on any subjects related to climate science. He has however published a number of books, including: [11]

  • “Mythology of the greenhouse effect,” second edition (2008,2009)
  • “Prospects for nuclear energy in Poland,” 2010


  1. Bio/Biografia,” Accessed November 20, 2012.

  2. Staff,” Globalization Institute. Accessed November 20, 2012.

  3. About us,” Globalization Institute. Accessed November 20, 2012.

  4. “Concern about climate or start ideology?”, Thomasz Teluk's Blog on Economy, Technology and Politics, January 29, 2010. Translated with Google. Archived May 7, 2010.

  5. The collapse of the myth of global warming,” Tomasz Teluk's Blog on Economy, Technology and Politics.

  6. Concern about climate or start ideology?”, Goniec Wolnosci, Issue No. 1 (January 25, 2010). Summary article published in Salon24. Archived February 10, 2016. WebCite URL:

  7. “Mitologia efektu cieplarnianego” (PDF), Globalization Institute. Retrieved from gliwicki klub Frondy. Archived November 5, 2011. Archived .pdf on file at DeSmogBlog.

  8. Politically Incorrect Academy - 'Mythology of the greenhouse effect',” Translated from Polish with Google Translate.

  9. Mythology of the greenhouse effect,” Instytut im. Ks. Piotra Skargi, December 3, 2010.

  10. Mythology of the greenhouse effect - a lecture by Dr. Tomasz Teluk,” PiotrSkarga.TV.

  11. Books/Books,” teluknet. Accessed November, 2012.

  12. “8th International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC-8): V International Conference on Climate and Energy (ICCE-5). Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Munich, November 30 – December 1, 2012” (PDF) retrieved from on November, 2012.