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  • 30-Aug-20 Book Review: False Alarm How climate change panic costs us trillions, hurts the poor, and fails to fix the planet. [Book, Review]
  • (in TWTW Aug 30, 2020)
    Guest Editorial by Thomas P. Sheahen, (PhD, MIT Physics) , Chairman , SEPP

    Book Review: False Alarm How climate change panic costs us trillions, hurts the poor, and fails to fix the planet.

    Originally appeared in False Alarm Book Review, Aug 30, 2020
    Danish Economist Bjorn Lomborg is already well known for eight other books at the intersection of economics and public policy. “The Skeptical Environmentalist,” published in 2001 established him as a perceptive observer of the cost of addressing the world’s environmental problems. He provided evidence to show that, with prosperity, civilization is addressing the major environmental issues. Lomborg’s attention to the numbers hidden beneath the slogans gave his analysis a credibility that could not be brushed aside, to the chagrin of some prominent politicians and environmental organizations of the time.
    See Website for complete review.

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