During the conference the panel examined these proposals in detail, with the final prioritized list (shown below) the outcome of the conference. In the following video Bjorn Lomborg discusses the final results of the second Copenhagen Consensus. The Expert Panel's Ranking.
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Well-known climate change apologist Bjorn Lomborg is at it again. In May 2008, the “skeptical environmentalist” will be hosting the latest Copenhagen Consensus 2008 conference in Denmark. For the uninitiated, this event is where a group of right wing economists, hand picked by Bjorn Lomborg, paid for by the conference organized by Bjorn Lomborg, will rank a laundry list of the Earth’s ...
Copenhagen Consensus is a project that seeks to establish priorities for advancing global welfare using methodologies based on the theory of welfare economics.It was conceived  and organized by Bjørn Lomborg, the author of The Skeptical Environmentalist and the then director of the Danish government's Environmental Assessment Institute.It is now run by The Copenhagen Consensus Center [2 ...
COPENHAGEN CONSENSUS CENTER COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL • SOLBJERG PLADS 3 • 2000 FREDERIKSBERG • DENMARK +45 3815 2255 • [email protected] • WWW.COPENHAGENCONSENSUS.COM Copenhagen Consensus 2008 – Results The goal of Copenhagen Consensus 2008 was to set priorities among a series of proposals for
Address by Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen Opening of Copenhagen Consensus Conference May, 25, 2008. Check against delivery. Ladies and Gentlemen, Thank you for inviting me to open the Copenhagen Consensus Conference 2008. Copenhagen Consensus is a simple, but powerful idea: The world faces a number of serious challenges.
The Copenhagen Consensus, which evaluates solutions for global problems regarding the cost-benefit ratio, in 2008 ranked the DDA as the second-best investment for global welfare, after the provision of vitamin supplements to the world's 140 million malnourished children.
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