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13 Oct2018

Climate Change: The Final Call?

Published by BBC Scotland

Scientists are describing it as the final call: the most extensive warning yet on the risks of rising global temperatures. The Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change report earlier this week predicted that global temperatures were set to rise to 3 degrees above pre-industrial levels - the IPCC says urgent and drastic action is imperative to keep the rise at one and a half degrees or less. George Monbiot the Environmental campaigner and Guardian columnist and Bjorn Lomborg who is the director of the environmental think tank, the Copenhagen Consensus Centre discuss how should we approach...

26 Sep2018

Global warming did not cause Hurricane Florence

Published by Fox Business Channel

Copenhagen Consensus Center President Bjorn Lomborg discusses how President Trump didn’t mention climate change during his speech at the United Nations and why global warming isn’t responsible for Hurricane Florence.

24 Jan2018

Is climate change to blame for world hunger?

Published by News Talk 4BC

Climate expert Bjorn Lomborg has called the UN out for this, pointing out the consequences of fighting global hunger with climate policy. “Hunger is a big problem, and for a long time, we have solved it. Mr Lomborg tells Chris Smith climate change policy and labelling world hunger as a result of climate change is the most costly and least effective way to help.

22 Sep2017

The Economist Caught Between Climate Deniers and Alarmists

Published by WNYC's The Takeaway

"Climate change has been a key issue at the United Nations General Assembly this week. Meetings at the U.N. about the topic have been taking place during a season of calamitous weather events, including a series of devastating hurricanes. While he believes that world leaders cannot ignore climate change, Bjorn Lomborg, president of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, says he is concerned that precious resources are too often squandered on ineffective solutions, and that aid money could be spent on better interventions that do the most social good."

30 Aug2017

After Harvey: Are record-breaking storms the new normal?

Published by France 24

In order to help future victims of hurricanes, focusing on climate change is the most expensive way to help the fewest people. Instead, we should focus on better infrastructure, porous surfaces, drainage, levees and dams, better building codes, and better zoning, as Lomborg explains on France24.

30 Aug2017

The Economist asks: Bjorn Lomborg

Published by The Economist Asks

Bjorn Lomborg joined The Economist's podcast The Economist asks to discuss the question: "Poverty, health, education or climate change: where should governments spend their money?" Within each of these areas, some solutions are better than others: shouldn't we do the smart ones first?

2 Aug2017

Earth Overshoot Day: How Can We Create a Sustainable Future?

Published by France 24

As Lomborg explains in an TV interview with France24, that instead of panicking over unrealistic prophecies of unsustainable footprints, we should focus on pulling millions more out of poverty while funding the sort of innovation that will eliminate future risks of pollution and make our land more productive.

13 Jun2017

Bjorn Lomborg: Trump was right to leave Paris climate deal

Published by Greg Gutfeld Show

Bjorn Lomborg to comment on the Paris Treaty on the Greg Gutfeld Show. He explained that the promises in the Paris Treaty were never enough to get anywhere near the 2°C target.

8 Jun2017

Bjorn Lomborg: Paris Agreement matters a tiny bit, but not very much

Published by The Bolt Report

Bjorn Lomborg to comments on the Paris Treaty on The Bold Report. He explained that the promises in the Paris Treaty were never enough to get anywhere near the 2°C target.

6 Jun2017

Gore gets slammed over false global warming prediction

Published by Fox Business

Bjorn Lomborg discuses Al Gore’s prediction that 75 percent of the Arctic’s ice will be gone due to global warming on Fox Business.

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