Get the facts straight
An Economic Approach to the Environment Resources are limited. Cost-benefit analysis can inform our decisions. April 23, 2012 by Bjorn Lomborg
Published by USA Today
Is global warming to blame for the Syrian war? Democratic presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg, Beto O'Rourke and Bernie Sanders seem to think so. At the CNN climate town hall this month, Buttigieg and O'Rourke referred to climate change as a national security threat that contributed to causing the Syrian civil war. “Wars that were precipitated by climate change, like Syria, will pale in comparison to the wars that we see in the future,” O'Rourke warned. Both candidates follow the lead of Sanders, who has long claimed that “climate change is directly related to the growth of terrorism”.
Published by Morgunbladid
Fátt hefur dregið hræsnislega umræðu auðugri þjóða heimsins um jarðefnaeldsneyti gerlegar fram í dagsljósið en orkukreppan í kjölfar innrásar Rússa í Úkraínu. Bandaríkin og Evrópa grátbiðja arabaþjóðirnar um að herða á olíuframleiðslu sinni samtímis því sem G7-iðnríkin hvetja fátækari ríki til notkunar endurnýjanlegra orkugjafa í því augnamiði að gæta að loftslagsmálum.
Published by The Guardian
Stranded polar bears, melting glaciers, dried-out rivers and flooding on a horrific scale - these were the iconic images of 2007. So who is most able to stop this destruction to our world? A Guardian panel, taking nominations from key environmental figures, met to compile a list of our ultimate green heroes.