A Factfulness Framework for Climate Change

Anna Rosling Rönnlund, co-author of Factfulness, explains why a data-driven factfulness framework for climate change is vital.

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The growing complexity of data and our own cognitive biases often produce gaps in our understanding of the world and in the arc of socio-economic progress. Anna Rosling Rönnlund, co-author of New York Times-bestseller, Factfulness, talks about how these biases impede our ability to develop a fact-based worldview. We also discuss why a factfulness framework for climate change is vital, what building it requires and what it might look like.


Recording date: 26.09.2019


Anna Rosling Rönnlund

Anna Rosling Rönnlund founded Gapminder in 2005 alongside Hans Rosling and Ola Rosling. Anna founded Dollar Street, the biggest systematic image bank with representative home documentations based on data. Together with Ola and Hans, Anna is also co-author of the New York Times bestseller, Factfulness. Gapminder’s mission statement is to fight devastating ignorance with a fact-based world view everyone can understand.


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