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Existential Risks to Humanity Should Concern International Policymakers and More Could Be Done in Considering Them at the International Governance Level

2020

Boyd M., Wilson N. (2020) Existential Risks to Humanity Should Concern International Policymakers and More Could Be Done in Considering Them at the International Governance Level, in Risk Analysis [volume not available], [pages not available].

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The Risks of Low Level Narrow Artificial Intelligence

2018

Bain M., Mukhlish F., Page J. (2018) The Risks of Low Level Narrow Artificial Intelligence, in 2018 International Conference on Intelligence and Safety for Robotics, ISR 2018 [volume not available], 1-6.

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The End? Science, conservation, and social justice as necessary tools for preventing the otherwise inevitable human extinction?

2019

Wright A.J. (2019) The End? Science, conservation, and social justice as necessary tools for preventing the otherwise inevitable human extinction?, in Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 9, 281-285.

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The Black Hole Challenge: Precaution, Existential Risks and the Problem of Knowledge Gaps

2019

Munthe C. (2019) The Black Hole Challenge: Precaution, Existential Risks and the Problem of Knowledge Gaps, in Ethics, Policy and Environment [volume not available], [pages not available].

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Three metaphors for sustainability in the anthropocene

2016

Karlsson R. (2016) Three metaphors for sustainability in the anthropocene, in Anthropocene Review 3, 23-32.

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Safeguarding human health in the Anthropocene epoch: Report of the Rockefeller Foundation-Lancet Commission on planetary health

2015

Whitmee S., Yach D., Pongsiri M.J., Beyrer C., Boltz F., Myers S.S., Osofsky S.A., Marten R., Nishtar S., Ezeh A., Haines A., Capon A.G., Soucat A., Pattanayak S.K., Romanelli C., Vega J., Head P., Horton R., De Souza Dias B.F., Frumkin H., Mace G.M., Gong P. (2015) Safeguarding human health in the Anthropocene epoch: Report of the Rockefeller Foundation-Lancet Commission on planetary health, in The Lancet 386, 1973-2028.

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Rapidly expanding nuclear arsenals in Pakistan and India portend regional and global catastrophe

2019

Toon O.B., Xia L., McKinzie M., Harrison C.S., Robock A., Peterson R.J., Lovenduski N.S., Turco R.P., Kristensen H., Bardeen C.G. (2019) Rapidly expanding nuclear arsenals in Pakistan and India portend regional and global catastrophe, in Science Advances 5, [pages not available].

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Food without sun: price and life-saving potential

2018

Taylor A.R., Black R., Pearce J., Denkenberger D. (2018) Food without sun: price and life-saving potential, in Foresight [volume not available], [pages not available].

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Evaluating intergenerational risks

2016

[authors not available] (2016) Evaluating intergenerational risks, in Journal of Mathematical Economics 65, 104-117.

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Globalization of education in the context of goals and objectives of the formation of the ecotechnological civilization acceptable to nationally distinctive cultures and humanity at large

2019

Sharafullin K.K., Nesterova O.Y., Kuznetsov A.I., Trebukh O.S., Barsukov A.K. (2019) Globalization of education in the context of goals and objectives of the formation of the ecotechnological civilization acceptable to nationally distinctive cultures and humanity at large, in International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM 19, 155-161.

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