Bjorn Lomborg joins Jordan Peterson on his podcast to explore the idea of how we do good in the world most effectively. In order to get to a point where we can discuss investing in better education and nutrition, we also need to confront the sense of impending doom that has swept the western world and specifically today's young people. Together, Peterson and Lomborg break down the ideas of social credit and easy activism, and paint the picture of a world we can strive for, without the demonization and destruction of the one we currently inhabit.
The world is not on track to deliver the UN's 169 promises for sustainable development until 2030. We can do better. Bjorn Lomborg and Jordan Peterson argue in a two page New York Post essay that "the moral imperative is clear: we must do the best things first."