A recent publication on science and evidence has provoked some interesting thinking
Category: Risk School
The Green Death: How the EU’s Farm2Famine Strategy will Affect a Post-Ukraine World
In times of crisis, we need realpolitik, not ideologues expressing virtue.
KeystoneCorona Conclusion: How European Leadership Failed
European precautionistas couldn’t control COVID-19 while East Asian risk managers did
Lamenting the Loss of Leadership
Without inspiring leaders, hashtag movements are destined to stall and stagnate.
The Post-COVID-19 Blueprint (Conclusion): A Risk Management Process Fit for the 21st Century
We need to rebuild risk management from the ruins of precaution
The Post-COVID-19 Blueprint (Part 3.2): The Seven Key Steps of Risk Management
Of the 7 key steps in risk management, none were applied in the COVID-19 crisis.
The Post-COVID-19 Blueprint (Part 1): How Precaution Failed
Precaution is not a risk management tool. Why it failed to manage COVID-19.
COVID-19: A Failure in Risk Management
10 observations on how risk management failed spectacularly.
The Risk-Monger’s Top Ten Good Things about COVID-19
The coronavirus crisis has shown a marked improvement in our risk management skills.
Trust in the Time of Colic
Has a world without trust led us to endless leaderless protests?
Pascal’s Precautionary Wager: The Logic of Fear
To understand the fear-based precautionary logic, we need to go back to a previous religious doctrine.
Evolutions in Trust, Part 1: Blockchain Trust
Trust in authorities and experts is declining. So how do we trust? By all of us observing and rating everyone and everything.