A presentation by David Denkenberger and Jeffrey Ladish hosted as a Foresight Institute salon.
A presentation by David Denkenberger hosted at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER), University of Cambridge.
BBC Reel features David Denkenberger discussing catastrophic risks to our food supply, and ALLFED's work to build food system resiliency.
By Gillen D'Arcy Wood, Tambora details the catastrophic impacts of the Tambora supervolcanic eruption, and is also a cautionary story for our own generation.
By Toby Ord, The Precipice argues that humanity faces unprecedented risks over the next few centuries and examines the moral significance of safeguarding humanity's future.
By Sir Martin Rees, Our Final Hour examines how technology could destroy our species, and the scale of loss this would be, given our potential future.
By Sir Martin Rees, On the Future is an accessible introduction to the critical issues that will define the future of humanity on Earth and outside of it.
By Lewis Dartnell, The Knowledge is a quickstart guide for rebuilding civilization.
By Niall Ferguson, Doom draws from economics, network science, and other disciplines to offer a general theory of disaster.
David Denkenberger is interviewed by Robert Wiblin on the 80,000 Hours podcast.
This is the final project report from the UK-US Taskforce on Extreme Weather and Global Food System Resilience, The Global Food Security programme, UK.
By Owen Cotton-Barratt, Max Daniel, and Anders Sandberg
By Carolina Garcia and Carina J. Fearnley
By Irasema Alcántara-Ayala and Anthony Oliver-Smith
A New York Times article on the coronavirus outbreak
This report was produced by the Centre for Long-Term Resilience that is co-authored by Toby Ord.
By Hannah Hamilton, Roslyn Henry, Mark Rounsevell, Dominic Moran, Frances Cossar, Kathleen Allen, Lisa Boden, and Peter Alexander
By Hin-Yan Liu, Kristian Cedervall Lauta, and Matthijs Michiel Maas
Toby Harris of the Electric Infrastructure Security Council (EISC) explains how caring about our future means preparing for the unexpected.
An inter-agency platform to enhance food market transparency and policy response for food security
The Center for Near Earth Object Studies has resources on assessing impact risk.
A concept in international relations describing the space between peace and war, in which state and non-state actors engage in competition.
This global food security project was conducted by Chatham House.
Access presentations, publications, updates, and more that investigate nuclear winter, geoengineering, volcanic eruptions, and global warming.