Could we have prevented the pandemic? Do ways to prevent this kind of events even exist? What about the other dangers to the world and all the creatures inhabiting it? Do we care about these dangers? Can we control them?
Saving the world workshop. How to prevent catastrophic risks in the coming decade?
From a cyber war, through failed biotechnological experiments, to extreme weather phenomena connected to global warming – we will take participants of the workshop through the darkest scenarios of near future. But there is also hope, as we will look for ways to help the inhabitants of the Earth to come away unscathed from the crises.
The workshop will be lead by Michał Trzęsimiech, the international Effective Altruism community organiser.
Social entrepreneur focused on neglected, but promising areas of charity. Founder of Policy Entrepreneurship Network – a network of spokespeople working on chosen healthcare policies. Organiser of international Effective Altruism community. With the foundation that he has lead since its creation in 2017, he searches for answers about the possibility of reduction of suffering of feeling creatures and improving the future generations welfare. Moreover, Trzęsimiech is a speaker and a coach, and he organises applied rationality workshops and stoics meetings, as well as – but that's for fun – the Warsaw Reader's Club
Projekt dofinansowano ze środków Narodowego Centrum Kultury w ramach Programu „Kultura w sieci”.