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10 Dec2009

Lomborg in Spiegel: Scheitern wäre ein Erfolg

Published by Spiegel

Warum die Menschheit den Klimaschutz vertagen sollte. Die schlimmsten Befürchtungen vieler Delegierter der Kopenhagener Klimaverhandlungen sind bereits wahr geworden: Der offizielle Versuch, das Kyoto-Protokoll zu ersetzen, wird wohl scheitern. Am Ende der Verhandlungen wird kein Plan zur Reduzierung von Treibhausgas-Emissionen stehen. (...)

9 Dec2009

Global Warming and Mt. Kilimanjaro

Published by Wall Street Journal

Global Warming and Mt. Kilimanjaro The glaciers on the famous peak, receding for more than a century, attract many tourists; the people of Tanzania attract much less attention. By BJORN LOMBORG Climate change has captured the attention of politicians around the world. The following article is part of a series, leading up to the United Nations conference on global warming in Copenhagen that starts this week, on how ordinary people in different countries view the issue: Every year, more than 10,000 tourists are drawn to Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, driven in no small part by the fear that the...

9 Dec2009

Climate Change and Melting Glaciers

Published by Wall Street Journal

Climate Change and Melting Glaciers Nepal's poor have more pressing problems. By BJORN LOMBORG Global warming has captured the attention of politicians around the world. The following article is part of a series leading up to the December United Nations conference in Copenhagen on how ordinary people in different countries view the issue: Nine years ago, Maya Bishwokarma moved with her family to Kathmandu from Trisuli, a remote village in the hilly Nepal countryside. Their search for a better life has proved elusive. She and her husband and two sons live in a small, two-room house with...

9 Dec2009

Cyclones and Global Warming

Published by The Wall Street Journal

NOVEMBER 22, 2009, Wall Street Journal Cyclones and Global Warming: A survivor in India says carbon cuts won't help. By BJØRN LOMBORG Global warming has captured the attention of politicians around the world. The following article is part of a series leading up to the December United Nations conference in Copenhagen on how ordinary people in different countries view the issue: One week after Cyclone Aila flattened Lakshmi Bera's mud, bamboo and thatched grass house in May, a Copenhagen Consensus researcher found her family of five under the open sky. Their only protection was a...

18 Nov2009

Global Warming as Seen From Bangladesh

Published by Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal. BJØRN LOMBORG, Nov 9 2009. Global Warming as Seen From Bangladesh The following article is part of a series leading up to the December United Nations conference in Copenhagen on how ordinary people in different countries view global warming. When the monsoon rains come, Momota Begum and her husband and children must take turns sleeping in their tiny concrete house's one bed to escape the waste and human excrement that can wash in from outside. They live in a three-decade old refugee camp in Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is run for Urdu-speaking people who found themselves on...

18 Nov2009

Lomborg in Corriere della Sera

Published by Corriere della Sera

«Allarghiamo le nuvole bianche sul Pacifico» Il progetto «L' operazione va fatta immettendo acqua di mare attraverso 200 navi senza equipaggio. Costo: 6 miliardi. Ma ogni euro speso ne farebbe risparmiare mille» Bjørn Lomborg - 44 anni, danese - è probabilmente l' esperto di surriscaldamento climatico più scettico rispetto alla strada presa dai governi per combattere l' effetto serra. Pensa che il taglio delle emissioni di anidride carbonica effettuato subito, «del 50, no del 60, no dell' 80 per cento come dicono rincorrendosi i governi, è per...

6 Nov2009

Lomborg: Climate Change and Malaria in Africa

Published by Wall Street Journal

WALL STREET JOURNAL By BJORN LOMBORG Climate Change and Malaria in Africa Limiting carbon emissions won't do much to stop disease in Zambia. NOVEMBER 1, 2009 When he first got sick, Samson Banda didn't realize he had malaria. Only after he came down with a serious fever did he end up at a clinic in the Bauleni slum compound in Lusaka, Zambia. The clinic has just a few nurses and staff with basic medical skills. Locals can wait for an entire day to be seen. Unchecked malaria is serious. Nine out of 10 of the world's annual one million malaria-caused deaths occur in sub-Saharan...

26 Oct2009

The View from Vanuatu on Climate Change

Published by Wall Street Journal

(...) Torethy Frank, a 39-year-old woman carving out a subsistence lifestyle on Vanuatu's Nguna Island, is one of those "innocent people." Yet, she has never heard of the problem that her government rates as a top priority. "What is global warming?" she asks a researcher for the Copenhagen Consensus Center. (...) Read it online BL 2009 Oct 22 WSJ Vanuatu...

21 Oct2009

Emisje – szukanie winnych

Published by Racjonalista

Panika szerzy się wśród działaczy na rzecz drastycznych cięć emisji dwutlenku węgla. Zaczyna być oczywiste, że szeroko roztrąbione spotkanie w Kopenhadze w grudniu tego roku nie dostarczy wiążącej umowy międzynarodowej, która doprowadziłaby do istotnej zmiany w kwestii globalnego ocieplenia. (...) A BL 2009 Oct Racjonalista PL.pdf

12 Oct2009

Lomborg in the Russian Newsweek

Published by Newsweek

В начале сентября пятеро нобелевских лауреатов по экономике, объединившие усилия под крышей организации «Копенгагенский консенсус», огласили результаты исследования экономической эффективности разных методов борьбы с глобальным потеплением. BL 2009 Sept Russian NW-39-258.pdf...

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