Bjorn Lomburg the sceptical environmentalist writes another insightful story on why we should be positive about the future and our environmental achievments.
Bjørn Lomborg has a new column in USA Today.
This morning in USA TODAY, Lomborg argues that in virtually every developed country the air is more breathable and the water is more drinkable than it was in 1970. Deforestation has turned to reforestation and ever-more people have access to clean water and sanitation.
This Earth Day, we need a dose of realism about real environmental challenges — such as the air and water pollution that make life so miserable for billions — and the real opportunities that exist for environmental innovation, to make our planet a better place.
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