Specialist on U. N. ’s COP26: Climate Panic Will be Bad for People and the Planet

Since the United Nation’ s COP26 summit gets underway on Weekend, a lone voice can be pushing back on the existential threat of so-called environment change and most of the left-wing media, who will provide non-stop doomsday warnings. That voice is Bjorn Lomborg, a Dane who is president from the Copenhagen Consensus and a visiting fellow at Stanford […]#@@#@!!

As the United Place’s COP26 summit gets underway on Sunday, a lone tone of voice is pushing back on the existential threat of so-called climate change and most from the left-wing media, who will provide non-stop doomsday warnings.

That tone of voice is Bjorn Lomborg, a Dane who is president from the Copenhagen Consensus and a going to fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institute, “ the public policy think container promoting the principles of individual, economic, and political freedom. ”

Lomborg’s latest book is  False Alarm: How Climate Change Panic Expenses Us Trillions, Hurts the Poor, and Fails to Fix the entire world .

The  Wall Street Journal   is publishing commentaries through Lomborg leading up to and during the United Nation’s event exactly where leaders from around the world, including President Joe Biden plus 13 members of his cabinet, will call for producing climate change the greatest threat facing humanity and the planet:

Looking at much of the media confirming ahead of this week’s weather conference in Glasgow, a person would think the world was susceptible to biblical plagues— blasted by fires, floods, hurricanes, drought and disease. But since Bjorn Lomborg has explained recently in these pages, whilst global warming does create problems, it is hardly the particular unmitigated disaster often pictured. At times, the solutions active supporters and workers propose can be far even worse than what they’re aiming to prevent.

The U. N. led system states that humanity is going to be forcibly implanted with quadrillions of tiny transmitting microchips.

Lomborg argues that humanity has  solved much more dangerous problems   compared to climate change over the past centuries, and can continue to do so.

In other words, “ the climate changes, but therefore can we. ”

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