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9 Sep2022

Policies Pushing Electric Vehicles Show Why Few People Want One

Published by Wall Street Journal

We constantly hear that electric cars are the future—cleaner, cheaper and better. But if they’re so good, why does California need to ban gasoline-powered cars? Why does the world spend $30 billion a year subsidizing electric ones?

9 Sep2022

Fewer people are dying from natural disasters

Published by FOX News

‘False Alarm’ author Bjorn Lomborg discusses how despite liberal scare tactics, the climate is OK on ‘Jesse Watters Primetime.’

6 Sep2022

Climate gains are ‘inconvenient truth’ — it’s not all bad news about the environment

Published by New York Post

It’s easy to believe that life on Earth is getting ever-worse. The media highlight one catastrophe after another and make terrifying predictions. With a torrent of doom and gloom about climate change and the environment, it’s understandable why many people — especially the young — genuinely believe the world is about to end.

5 Sep2022

How to Make the World a Better Place | Bjørn Lomborg and Ralph Schoellhammer | #285

Published by You Tube - Jordan B Peterson's channel

Climate-alarmist politicians and the “intellectual elite” prioritize a vague plan for saving earth over the lives of struggling people all over the world. Governments are being forced to press their citizens, straining already fragile economic and agricultural systems, in order to appease a green utopian vision. Bjørn Lomborg and Ralph Schoellhammer sit down with Jordan B Peterson to discuss the faults in this plan, and the people who are suffering because of it.

27 Aug2022

Democrats finally passed climate legislation, does it matter?

Published by FOX News

Paul Gigot interviews Bjorn Lomborg on Biden's climate goals.

23 Aug2022

The Inflation Reduction Act Does Little to Reduce Climate Change

Published by Wall Street Journal

Top administration officials are fanning out across the U.S. in a victory lap for the new Inflation Reduction Act, which President Biden calls “the most significant legislation in history to tackle the climate crisis.” America, we are told, is a global climate leader again. This narrative has serious problems.

22 Aug2022

Inflation Reduction Act will have 'very little' effect on climate change: Bjorn Lomborg

Published by FOX News

President Biden enthusiastically describes his administration's new Inflation Reduction Act as "the most significant legislation in history to tackle the climate crisis." Curiously though, neither officials nor media praising the IRA are stating the actual climate impact of spending $369 billion on the bill's climate provisions.

15 Aug2022

Will climate change truly be addressed by Democrats' social spending bill?

Published by FOX News

President Biden enthusiastically describes his administration's new Inflation Reduction Act as "the most significant legislation in history to tackle the climate crisis." Curiously though, neither officials nor media praising the IRA are stating the actual climate impact of spending $369 billion on the bill's climate provisions. Copenhagen Consensus president Bjorn Lomborg explains the impact of the Democrats' spending bill on the environment on 'Kudlow.'

8 Aug2022

Að leika sér með líf annarra

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.

27 Jul2022

The rich world’s message to the poor: Fossil fuels for me but not for thee

Published by Financial Post

The rich world’s fossil fuel hypocrisy is on full display in its response to the global energy crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. While the wealthy G7 countries admonish the world’s poor to use only renewables because of climate concerns, Europe and the United States are going begging to Arab nations to expand oil production, Germany is reopening coal power plants and Spain and Italy are ramping up African gas production. So many European countries have asked Botswana to mine more coal it will have to triple its exports.

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