How come Quiggin is quoted and so many links are provided to his writings?
- He is actually one of the few people who has written in detail on the CC process and outcomes. By all means add more links if they are of substance.
Who is this character anyways?
Almost seems the authors of the article themselves are somewhat critical of Lomborg.I improved the first paragraph a bit to make it more factual. Hope it stays for a while.
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It speaks to the lack of credibility of this "consensus" that deforestation, over-fishing and depletion of nature's services don't even show up on their list of priorities. Clearly no actual ecologist who has studied global problems seriously was even consulted. This is a pure PR front.