Videos on Superabundance by Tupy and Pooley and False Alarm by Lomborg

January 5, 2024 by Joshua
in Education

I was reading the introduction to the book Climate Liberalism about classical liberal approaches to environmental problems.

A sentence in the opening paragraph said, “The last half century has seen substantial environmental progress as human lifespans have increased, poverty has declined, and Malthusian fears of resource depletion have been dispelled” with a footnote “For a compendium of human progress along these (and other) lines, see Marian L. Tupy and Gale L. Polley, Superabundance: The Story of Population Growth, Innovation, and Human Flourishing on an Infinitely Bountiful Planet (Washington, DC: Cato Institute, 2022).”

I hadn’t read Superabundance and have several other books before it in the list, but decided to start by watching and listening to talks on it by its authors. Their stuff overlapped with Bjorn Lomborg’s, so I included talks by him on his book False Alarm.

Here’s what I watched and listened to:

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1 response to “Videos on Superabundance by Tupy and Pooley and False Alarm by Lomborg

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