No matter your level of experience or seniority, there is something you can do to help us ensure the future of life is positive.
If you are not familiar with extreme risk...
Let’s get you up to speed
To be able to engage effectively with our work, you’ll need to understand the risks we are working to reduce. Each of the pages below provides an introduction to the topic in question and signposts further resources.
An Introduction to Extreme Risk
'Extreme Risk' can mean different things in different contexts. Find out exactly what we mean by it.Read more
Risks from Artificial Intelligence
From search algorithms to self-driving cars, AI is starting to change our lives. As the impact of this technology magnifies, so will its risks.Read more
Risks from Biotechnologies
Extreme risks from biotechnologies include engineered pandemics and, more broadly, biological weapons, which may seek to injure, kill or influence the behaviours of targeted populations.Read more
Risks from Nuclear Weapons
Extreme risks from nuclear weapons include the potential for nuclear winter and nuclear famine, as well as possible knock-on events such as epidemics, civil and geopolitical conflict, and state collapse.Read more
Driven by fossil fuel technologies, extreme risks from global heating range from its direct effects, such as food and water scarcity, to its indirect effects, such as undermining our ability to recover from other catastrophic events like nuclear war.Read more
FLI Book Guide
We have created a 'Book Guide' to collate a handful of books which provide a thorough introduction to some of our cause areas and the key ideas that underpin our work.View the Book Guide
If you are familiar with extreme risk...
Contribute to our projects
To succeed in our mission, we need the help of talented, mission-driven people.
Work for us
Our team will continue to expand in the coming months and years so check back regularly for new job postings, or submit a rolling application.Careers
Partner with us
We are always excited to hear from potential collaborators, whether they be public figures, technical specialists, grassroots activists or artists.Contact us
Sign an open letter
By signing one of our open letters, you help us signal to policymakers and wider society that support exists for extreme risk reduction.Open letters
We’ve hardly made a dent in our list of project ideas. Donations enable us to grow as an organisation and execute more of our plans.Donate
If you hold a position of influence...
Use your platform to improve the future
Get in touch if you're unsure about how best to use your platform for the benefit of all life.
Partner with us
A public partnership helps draw media attention to our work, which can in turn grow our influence among policymakers and other key stakeholders.Contact us
Support us from behind the scenes by connecting us with individuals or organisations who might assist our work.Contact us
Tweet about us
A short and sweet tweet about our activities can open doors for us even if it comes without an explicit endorsement of our work.Tweet about us
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