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Dr. Bjorn Lomborg speaks with Adam Shand of 6PR Drive to discuss why it is so important to set smart development priorities and the myth around organic foods.
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Newsweek Bjorn Lomborg 2012-05-28
A message from Bjørn Lomborg to organizers of the Rio+20 environmental summit: poverty pollutes.
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Lomborg also discussed reducing our reliance on Russian oil and gas in multiple interviews.
Published by The Daily Star
Bangladesh is ground zero for microfinance. Over the decades, since Sir Fazle Abed founded BRAC and Muhammad Yunus started Grameen Bank, the strategy of providing micro-sized loans to borrowers has helped increase income and consumption for the poor, ensured food security for many, created employment opportunities, and empowered women. According to the Credit and Development Forum, nearly 700 microfinance institutions operate in the country today, disbursing approximately Tk. 647 billion (Tk. 64,700 crore) to 3.4 crore active borrowers.