“Low level changes and green technology will be our way forward.”
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Bjorn Lomborg is indeed ‘controversial’:
… the Danish academic, author of the 2001 book The Skeptical Environmentalist, and seemingly tireless critic of what he perceives as empty green dogma. In an essay published in Slate … Lomborg delivers a broadside against Earth Hour, calling it “exactly what is wrong with today’s feel-good environmentalism.” Lomborg’s organization, the Copenhagen Consensus …
However, as one Sidmouth commentator says, the interview from yesterday is ‘refreshing’ – in that the main thrust of Lomborg’s point is that low level changes and technology will be our way forward – with more focus on inventing.
This is in fact what Solarpunk Sidmouth is all about – which shows that the world needs to stop being so wasteful, which will reduce emissions, and work on technological green solutions;