A new “all-hazards” approach for reducing multiple catastrophic threats

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Date of Publication: November 24

Year of Publication: 2023

Publication City: Chicago, IL

Publisher: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Author(s): Rumtin Sepasspour

Each of the various pathways to global catastrophe presents its own winding course of possibilities. Nuclear weapons, climate change, pandemics, advanced technologies, and space weather might appear as fundamentally different threats. However, they are not disconnected. They branch out from common drivers like geopolitical competition, economic growth, and technological advancement. The terrains for tackling the various threats are also similar, presenting shared challenges and features.

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