Rainer Riesenberg

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Dr. Rainer Riesenberg works at the 'Institut für Physikalische Hochtechnologie ' (Institute for Physical High Technology) in Jena (Germany) where he is involved in spectrometers and sensing technologies. [1] [2]

He was one of the speakers at the conference in Leipzig in November 1995 organized by the European Academy for Environmental Affairs and the Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) which resulted in the Leipzig Declaration on Global Climate Change. In his speech he stated that the greenhouse effect was mainly caused by the water cycle and more specific the water vapor in the atmosphere. Unlike most other speakers of that conference, Riesenberg didn't sign the 'Leipzig Declaration' or the Oregon Petition.