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Climate Change, Bjorn Lomborg, and why we need more nuclear power.


I’d really urge people to read Bjorn Lomborg more carefully.  He is a very good analyst but unfortunately he’s become a major lightning rod for controversy because people don’t like to hear such well presented views that challenge their sensibilities … Continue reading

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More clear thinking about climate change from Bjorn Lomborg


In the Washington Post today Bjorn Lomborg has a  nice short article about why the climate conference in Copenhagen is falling short of expectations and why it’s time to start focusing on different approaches to limiting global warming. As one … Continue reading

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Guest Essay: Bjorn Lomborg on Climate Change Budgeting.


Reprinted with permission, copyright Bjorn Lomborg A New Dawn The benefits of climate-change policies are limited and costly. Instead, the president-elect needs to coolly evaluate competing priorities, says Bjørn Lomborg. By BJøRN LOMBORG Most generations face large and daunting challenges. … Continue reading

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Lomborg on Zakaria GPS: Painfully Correct Thinking


More kudos to Zakaria’s GPS on CNN for bringing key global thinkers to the news table. Today GPS featured Bjorn Lomborg, a figure who is controversial for the very simple reason that he has challenged sacred cows with common sense. … Continue reading

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