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28 Nov2008

Lomborg in Vækst

Published by Vækst

Interview in Danish. Det er for dyrt at reducere CO2-udledningen med de nuværende teknologier. Derfor skal vi forske mere, siger Bjørn Lomborg. Nej, for den teknologiske udvikling kommer, når markedet er i gang, siger Frank Rosager fra Xergi A/S. BL interview in Vaekst 2008-4 Nov.pdf

18 Nov2008

Lomborg's review on Tom Friedman's book

Published by Wall Street Journal

Lomborg: A Chilling View of Warming Climate change prompts a call to arms. But at what cost would the battle be waged? Review on Tom Friedman's book on WSJ, Sept 13, 2008...

15 Nov2008

Lomborg: why a Green Revolution is the wrong answer to tackling global warming

Published by The Guardian

The Green Pseudo Revolution - Lomborg's latest op-ed in the Guardian, Nov 14 2008. With a worldwide recession advancing, strong action on global warming has been thrown into jeopardy. This matters, because in little more than a year, the world will sit down in Copenhagen to negotiate the follow-on treaty to the failed Kyoto Protocol. Yet, with people losing jobs and income, immediate economic help seems to matter more than temperature differentials 100 years from now. (...)...

15 Nov2008

Europe, Japan Face $46 Billion Global-Warming Penalty

Published by Bloomberg

Twenty nations including Japan, Italy and Australia may be releasing more greenhouse-gas pollution than they agreed to under the Kyoto treaty to curb global warming. They're failing to rein in carbon-dioxide output enough to meet their pledges signed in 1997 in Kyoto, Japan, according to reports by individual countries. As a penalty for missing their goals under the treaty, the nations are required to buy permits for every excess ton of the heat-trapping gas released through 2012. That will total 2.3 billion permits for 20 nations, New Carbon Finance, a research firm in London, has...

13 Nov2008

Nowy swit

Published by Racjonalista

NOWY SWIT, Nov 13 2008

12 Nov2008

Lomborg in Central America

Published by Estrategia & Negocios

2008 summer: E&N features Lomborg BL Oct 7 2008 E-N Metodologia de Trabajo.pdf

7 Nov2008

DK Lomborg participated in the Uddannelsesforum

Lomborg participated in the Uddannelsesforum in Odense on Nov 5. There is an article on it in Danish: BL Nov 6 2008 EMU Endnu et Uddannelsesforum er slut.pdf

15 Oct2008

Lomborg's new op-ed: Is global warming always worse than expected?

Published by The Guardian

Let the data speak for itself Bjorn Lomborg, Tuesday October 14 2008 08.00 BST Despite the message favoured by environmental campaigners, temperatures in this decade have not been worse than expected Have you noticed how environmental campaigners almost inevitably say that not only is global warming happening and bad, but also that what we are seeing is even worse than expected? This is odd, because any reasonable understanding of how science proceeds would expect that, as we refine our knowledge, we find that things are sometimes worse and sometimes better than we expected, and that the most...

15 Oct2008

Misusing the Inaction Argument

Published by Project Syndicate

SAN JOSÉ, COSTA RICA – One commonly repeated argument for doing something about climate change sounds compelling, but turns out to be almost fraudulent. It is based on comparing the cost of action with the cost of inaction, and almost every major politician in the world uses it. (...) Lomborg's article as a Project Syndicate Thought Leader, Sept 2008...

7 Oct2008

Copenhagen Consensus 2008

Published by Copenhagen Consensus

Lomborg's Opening Speech at Copenhagen Consensus 2008 Lomborg's Closing Speech at Copenhagen Consensus 2008 Over two years, more than 50 economists have worked to find the best solutions to ten of the world’s biggest challenges. During the last week of May, an expert panel of 8 top-economists, including 5 Nobel Laureates, sat down to assess the research. The ranked list: A prioritized list highlighting the potential of 30 specific solutions to combat some of the biggest challenges facing the world. for more: go to www.copenhagenconsensus.com...

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