Skip to content

Lessons from 3.5 billion years of life: what biological evolution tells us about success in countering catastrophic risks

This conversation was led by Daniel Blumstein, Professor, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Institute of the Environment & Sustainability, University of California Los Angeles and Terence Taylor, founding president of the International Council for the Life Sciences. They led a discussion on what we can learn from the success of biological evolution in dealing with catastrophic risks. A key reference for their perspectives is derived from National Security: A Darwinian Approach to a Dangerous World, Eds: Raphael D. Sagarin and Terence Taylor, UC Press.

Dan Blumstein in a Zoom meeting

Terry Taylor in a Zoom meeting






Resources discussed:

View recording

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.