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To Really Reduce Meat in Your Diet, Don’t Go Cold Turkey
There are, most of us agree, excellent reasons for committing to a meatless diet. For one thing, our passion for meat has a negative impact
Equation shows that large-scale conspiracies would quickly reveal themse...
If you're thinking of creating a massive conspiracy, you may be better scaling back your plans, according to an Oxford University researcher
Evaluating philanthropy at McGill – The McGill Daily
The importance of choosing the right cause
My First Year Earning-to-Give: a Retrospective | Haseeb Qureshi
2015 has come to a close and I've just finished my first year's donations. In all I gave 33% of my pre-tax income, which since I started my
GiveDirectly interviewed cash recipients and their neighbors. Here's wha...
The result is a set of portraits that are as complex as human life, with a range of emotions and experiences from the happy to the sad, the
The Global Carbon Budget 2015 - Blog About Infographics and Data Visuali...
The Global Carbon Budget 2015 full report and infographic have just been released this week. ...
The Moral Imperative toward Cost-Effectiveness in Global Health
In this essay, Toby Ord explores the moral relevance of cost-effectiveness, a major tool for capturing the relationship between resources an
Why Inconvenient Altruism Might Be the Best Altruism
This holiday giving season, let’s make the effort to donate the inconvenient way. That could mean writing a check instead of typing in your
Washington’s Wave of Anti-Refugee Hysteria Is Missing Something: Facts
In times of fear, men and women of reason have a responsibility to speak about facts. I understand fear. I narrowly escaped a terrorist bomb
Migration and the Trillion Dollar Bills on the Sidewalk: Michael Clemens
In this Wonkcast, originally posted on September 7, 2011, Michael Clemens explains why one of the biggest growth opportunities in the world
Much ado about nothing? The economic impact of refugee ‘invasions’
To those European Union citizens who think that the ongoing “refugee invasion” into the EU is quickly becoming economically unsustainable: I
A new breed of hardcore altruists are changing the way we think about ch...
The act of giving is always a calculated risk. Julian Baggini explores the limits of altruism.
How I changed my approach to giving--and became a happier person
In the effective giving community, happiness is a hot topic. Effective givers aren’t just excited about giving to make others happy. They’re