Tag Archives: Bjørn Lomborg

The Skeptical Enviromentalst

(Lomborg) stresses the need for clear-headed prioritization of resources to tackle real, not imagined, problems. THE one and only thing that can equitably “prioritize resource use” is a free market founded upon private property rights. Through its price rationing mechanism, … Continue reading

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3 Lessons From A Greenpeace Dropout

Yep, they are abandoning the ship like rats from a burning ship. Another good source that I would put on every rancher’s “Mandatory Reading List” is: “The Skeptical Environmentalist: Measuring the Real State of the World“ by Bjørn Lomborg, The “greenies” … Continue reading

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The Skeptical Environmentalist: Measuring the Real State of the World

by Bjørn Lomborg  Cambridge University Press. 515 pp This book is must reading for anyone concerned about the negative impacts of radical environmentalism. It would be especially beneficial to radical environmentalists who continue to drink from the Kool Aid. It reveals … Continue reading

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The Economics of Ecology: Angry Planet or Beautiful World?

by MARK  SKOUSEN via the Foundation for Economic Education“The bright promise of a new millennium is now clouded by unprecedented  threats to humanity’s future.” -WORLDWATCH INSTITUTE, 20001 “We know that the environment is not in good shape. . . . My … Continue reading

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