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Bjorn Lomborg is active in both writing articles and attending different podcasts and interviews. Find his recent attendings below, and filter after your preferences.
A priority order for our SDGs can prove effective and win followers
Published by Mint
Bjorn Lomborg writes in Mint with Bibek Debroy, the chairman of the Economic Advisory Council to the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. Together with Aditya Sinha they present a new research paper by Lomborg and Debroy. It argues for a number of amazing public policies for India, and they highlight four specific solutions that promise phenomenal benefits for every rupee spent: (1) Nutritional and health counseling, (2) family planning, (3) immunizations, and (4) agricultural R&D and certified seed production.
COP27: A Parade Of Climate Hypocrisy
Published by Forbes
Every year, global climate summits feature a parade of hypocrisy, as the world’s elite arrive on private jets to lecture humanity on cutting carbon emissions. The current UN climate summit in Egypt offers more breathtaking hypocrisy than usual, because the world’s rich are zealously lecturing poor countries about the dangers of fossil fuels—after devouring massive amounts of new gas, coal, and oil.
Lomborg on The Joe Rogan Experience
Published by The Joe Rogan Experience
Bjorn Lomborg was recently a guest on The Joe Rogan Experience, the most listened-to podcast in the world.
He and Rogan discussed a host of topics related to climate change and environmental protection, as well as many other areas where we could do a lot of good in the world for surprisingly modest investments.
Pushing the same old climate policies at COP27 is simply insane
Published by The Telegraph
Вярвате или не, но светът се подобрява. Просто не чуваме за това
Published by Voinaimir
Лесно е да се повярва, че животът на Земята става все по-лош. Медиите постоянно изтъкват една след друга катастрофи и правят ужасяващи прогнози. В контекста на мрачните прогнози за изменението на климата и околната среда е разбираемо защо много хора, особено младите, вярват, че светът скоро ще свърши. Факт е, че макар проблемите да остават, светът всъщност се подобрява. Просто рядко го чуваме.
Electric Car Subsidies Are A Bad Investment
Published by Newsweek
Climate activists and politicians constantly tell us electric cars are cleaner, cheaper, and better. California and many countries, including the U.K., Germany, and Japan, will even prohibit the sale of new gas and diesel cars within a decade or two. But if electric cars are really so good, why do we need to ban the alternatives? And why do we need to subsidize electric cars to the tune of $30 billion per year?