Get the facts straight
Bjorn Lomborg discussed the importance of affordable and reliable energy on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Published by Wall Street Journal
Later this week, world leaders will gather in New York at the United Nations to endorse international development goals for the next 15 years. It is the culmination of a four-year process for setting priorities to help the world’s most disadvantaged people—a process beset from the start by horse-trading, haggling and endless consultation. In a bid not to offend anyone, the new development agenda is expected to include an incredible 169 targets for investment. Giving priority to 169 things is the same as giving priority to nothing at all.
Published by Inter Press Service
Inter Press Service, 2012-06-07.
RIO+20: Earth Summit Negotiated the Size of the Zero By Thalif Deen
UNITED NATIONS, Jun 7 2012 (IPS) - Amidst much political fanfare, the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro concluded with the adoption of the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development and the landmark Agenda 21 blueprint for a sustainable future in the 21st century. Still, there was widespread disappointment over the final outcome of that conference – primarily because there were no firm funding commitments by the world’s rich nations. (...)
Published by Room for Discussion
Bjorn Lomborg in a conversation on the topic Hot Takes on Global Warming with the students of Amsterdam University.
Climate change is one of the most defining challenges of our time, but what’s really the best way to tackle the issue and create a more sustainable future for all?