Hunger and Malnutrition
Published by Ricochet
We’re erring on the side of positive expectations again. This time with Bjørn Lomborg. His new book is Best Things First. There he sets his sights on cost effective, acheivable goals that will lift the world’s poorest out of miserable conditions and inch us along in the direction towards those sustainable goals we hear about so much. We ask the minuscule billions of dollars question: Are the world’s most prosperous ready for such tangible win-win?
Bjorn Lomborg — How To Save Humanity
Published by THE MICHAEL SHERMER SHOW
Ahead of the UN General Assembly next month where the Global Goals for 2030 will be a major talking point, Lomborg is promoting the most effective solutions in media around the world, urging the UN and its member states to prioritize those solutions that will do the greatest amount of good per dollar spent.
Take a look at his new interview with Michael Shermer.
A Conversation With Bjørn Lomborg on the 12 Most Efficient & Impactful Solutions to Our World’s Most Important Challenges.
Published by Thought Economics
“World leaders have promised everything to everyone. But they are failing….” says Bjørn Lomborg, “…The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals are supposed to be delivered by 2030. The goals literally promise everything, like eradicating poverty, hunger and disease; stopping war and climate change, ending corruption, fixing education along with countless other promises. This year, the world is at halftime for its promises, but nowhere near halfway.”
Do These 12 THINGS First If You Want a BRIGHT FUTURE | Bjorn Lomborg
Published by You Tube
This conversation draws attention to the importance for a rational, data-inspired response to global issues. As a successful entrepreneur, I say often, data is the most information rich data stream. Every decision you make and in every approach to solving novel problems, data must be at the center of the decision, otherwise you’re speculating and relying on emotion.
De Global Goals zijn niet gehaald, hoe gaan we nu armoede en ziekte te lijf?
Published by Volkskrant
We’re not reaching the UN’s Global Goals. What now?
Published by The Globe and Mail
The global goals are a phenomenal idea. They’re what happened when the United Nations came together and said: “Here are the world’s biggest problems, and here is how we’re going to measure progress on them.” The 17 goals include promises to end extreme poverty and hunger, fix climate change and education, and reduce inequality and corruption.
How to win the war on poverty
Published by The Brendan O’Neill Show