Greta Thunberg goes Death Metal and other Links I Liked

September 30, 2019

     By Duncan Green     

Boris Johnson school report

Note to would-be future politicians – destroy your school correspondence. Here’s young Boris Johnson’s (supposedly – I have no idea if it is a spoof).

‘How to analyse change processes’. My short paper is now Oxfam’s research guidelines series.

Population by altitude

5% of the world’s population live less than 4m above sea level – the predicted rise by 2100 ht Max Roser

‘African countries that ended conflicts after 1985 have almost twice the number of women in Parliament than African countries where recent conflicts have not occurred.’ Interesting aside in piece on quotas.

When an Empowerment and Livelihoods for Adolescents programme in Sierra Leone was interrupted by Ebola, girls who had been through the programme coped better. Same story for conflict in South Sudan.

Tale of the converted: how complex social problems have made me question the use of data in driving impact

Shock announcement from Greta Thunberg on twitter: ‘I have moved on from this climate thing… From now on I will be doing death metal only!! ‘

September 30, 2019
Duncan Green