Videos & Pods
‘We Are Not Learning’: Bjorn Lomborg Says Politicians Hide Behind Climate Change To Duck ‘Responsibility’ For ‘Failures’
Published by Daily Caller
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.
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.
Bjørn Lomborg: how rising temperatures will save lives
Published by UnHerd
A spell of extremely hot weather has hit Europe this month, bringing with it a raft of apocalyptic headlines. Named Charon, after the boatman in Greek mythology who navigated the river Styx into Hades, the heatwave has immediately been linked to climate change and, by extension, humanity’s faltering attempts to combat it.
‘We’ve fixed this for rich people’: Tuberculosis affecting lower-class
Published by Sky News
Author and Copenhagen Consensus Center President Bjorn Lomborg has raised concerns about tuberculosis and its effect on lower-class people. “It’s actually the biggest infectious disease killer,” he told Sky News host Andrew Bolt. “Most people in the rich world haven’t heard about it – because we’ve fixed this for rich people. “We need to fix this for poor people as well.”
How to win the war on poverty
Published by The Brendan O’Neill Show
HOTTEST DAY EVER?! SCIENTIST SAYS "DON'T WORRY!"
Published by Louder with Crowder Podcast
Steven Crowder sits down with Bjørn Lomborg, who is the President of the think tank Copenhagen Consensus Center & former Director of the Danish government's Environmental Assessment Institute in Copenhagen. The duo discusses if climate change is really the number one issue in America, if climate change is actually killing people, fracking, renewable energy, SDG, Trump, Biden and so much more.
5 Easy Ways to Save the World
Published by You Tube
Dr Bjørn Lomborg is a researcher, writer and the founder of the think tank, Copenhagen Consensus. He has collaborated with hundreds of the world’s top economists and seven Nobel Laureates to find and promote the most effective solutions to the world’s greatest challenges, from disease and hunger to climate and education. His latest book, ‘Best Things First’ posits 12 of these solutions and details how they can be applied in a relatively inexpensive manner.
Check out Bjørn’s book here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1940003482/
How to Unleash Efficiency to Solve the World's Problems
Published by The Will Cain Podcast
Can some of the most complicated and controversial political issues be solved through simple cost-benefit analysis? Author, visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, the President of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, and visiting Professor at Copenhagen Business School, Bjorn Lomborg and Will dissect this very question.
Will and Bjorn discuss his new book, Best Things First: The 12 most efficient solutions for the world's poorest and our global SDG promises, deep diving into some of the world's most complicated and divisive issues from climate change to poverty.