GLOBAL CATASTROPHIC RISKS (2016)

A new report has found that the average person is five times more likely to die in an “act of human extinction” than an act of human error. And while this may be good news for those with a fear of driving, for the rest of us the future looks grim. The media has hinted at…





Sky News Interview with Global Priorities Project

"Global Priorities Project Executive Director Seb Farquhar was interviewed on Sky News on 29th April 2016. He discussed our report Global Catastrophic Risks 2016, which you can read here: http://globalprioritiesproject.org/2016/04/global-catastrophic-risks-2016/"


"As many as of the world’s population was killed in the initial outbreak of the ‘Great Plague of Justinian’. That equals 25-33 million people." ("Global Catastrophic Risks 2016", Global Challenges Foundation/Global Priorities Project)

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