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18 September, 2015 – Today online a news source from Singapore published an op-ed article by Bjorn Lomborg discussing the passing of the United Nations agenda for sustainable development.

13 August, 2015 – Today Online a news source from Singapore has published on op-ed article by Bjorn Lomborg discussing the smartest post-2015 development targets to fight extreme poverty. 

23 June, 2015 - Today Online a news source from Singapore has published an op-ed by Bjorn Lomborg discussing the smartest targets to address food security targets with the post-2015 development agenda.

26 March, 2015 – Yahoo! News Singapore has published an article with statements by the Copenhagen Consensus and Bjorn Lomborg about the importance of having less targets for more benefits.

26 March, 2015 – Channel News Asia a news outlet in Singapore has published an article with statements by the Copenhagen Consensus and Bjorn Lomborg about the importance of having less targets for more benefits.

06 February, 2015 – The Business Times a news outlet in Singapore has published an article reporting on our research for water and sanitation targets for the post-2015 development agenda.

06 February, 2015 – Yahoo! News Singapore a news outlet has published an article reporting on our research for water and sanitation targets for the post-2015 development agenda.

12 December, 2014 – Yahoo! Singapore has published the AFP article which reports on our research on infrastructure targets for the post-2015 development agenda.

4 December, 2014 – Reuters has published an article entitled “Who can help reduce the high cost of violence against women?” which cites our research on conflict and violence targets for the post-2015 development agenda. The article was circulated in major news outlets around the world including New York Times, Today Online (Singapore), IN (India),  Yahoo Philippines, among many others. 

22 October, 2014 - The Business Times a news source from Singapore has published the article “WTO Doha deal would make world $11 tn richer by 2030: economists” which reports on the findings from our research on post-2015 targets for trade.

24 September, 2014 – Yahoo News India, Singapore, Philippines and Europe have published the Reuters article reporting on our Data for Development research entitled “World risks spending $250 billion just to monitor U.N. Development goals”.