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This means that every lukewarmer, including especially those in positions of political authority, should be pressed to identify trends that would push them toward greater alarmism and a sharper focus on the issue.
By one estimate, the world is spending $1 billion a day on projects that wouldn't exist if it weren't for global warming alarmism," Bast said.
This culture of alarmism is weaving its way into nearly every aspect of our daily lives, making parents worry about common everyday products, food and healthy activities.
So their response to the apathy shown by much of the general public is to up the alarmism.
For Wordsworth's comment, which he makes waiting for news of the current war, while putting his ear to the ground of an earlier war, puts into question the voluntary, sustained, and teleological form of attention demanded by the wartime alarmism that consumed the national imagination during the period's pervasive panic about an imminent French invasion.
At the rally, Rothbard declared that he was honoured to stand with the Polish people in a "new battle for freedom against those who would use environmental and climate alarmism to steal away our liberties and give international bureaucrats control over our energy sources, our daily lives, our prosperity, and our national sovereignty" (CFACT.
Some of the authors argue that "we should accept the reality and seek to learn more about these deals with a spirit of inquiry that steers clear of undue alarmism and Pollyannaism alike" (6).
That was 2004, an era when the 80s alarmism had subsided and the myths of how the disease could be contracted should have been busted.
The alarmism at the estimated GDP growth rate plummeting to 5 per cent revealed that the media as well as the more prosperous sections of the country hold a rather narrow view of what constitutes progress.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, he veers from inflamed alarmism to cold, sober mathematics.
The new Egyptian constitution: an initial assessment of its merits and flaws A very fair and balanced take that refutes both the unwarranted alarmism of its opponents and the ridiculous "best constitution evah" line of the MB.
The commissioner has already had the opportunity to defend the "seriousness" and "transparency" of this report, which he says reveals a "satisfactory situation" and does not fall prey to either alarmism or "complacency".
THE SOURCE: "Environmental Alarmism, Then and Now" by Bjorn Lomborg, in Foreign Affairs, July--Aug.
As Christine Milne pointed out on ABC radio, focus groups are telling the government climate alarmism is on the nose.
The report calls for attention to all these areas, including but not only sufficient funding for family planning and integrated reproductive health services and a move away from population alarmism.