Future of Life Institute

AsFLI is funded by a wide range of July 2022,individuals, having received 1500 donations between December 2022 and its foundation in in 2014[1].  FLI has also received over $1.9 million ininstitutional funding including from Open Philanthropy, ($1.9 million)[1]2] and $500,000 from the Survival and Flourishing Fund.Fund ($500,000).[2]3][3]4]

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to one or more individuals judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not sufficiently widely recognized. As of 2022, sixteen people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021), and Jeannie Peterson, Paul Crutzen, John Birks, Richard Turco, Brian Toon, Carl Sagan, Georgiy Stenchikov and Alan Robock (2022).[4]5]

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    Future of Life Institute (2022), About Us: Funding, Future of Life Institute.

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    Open Philanthropy (2022) Grants database: Future of Life Institute, Open Philanthropy.

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    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019a) SFF-2020-H1 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund

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    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019b) SFF-2020-H2 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

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    Future of Life Institute (2022) Future of Life Award: celebrating the unsung heroes of our time, Future of Life Institute.

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to one or more individuals judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not sufficiently widely recognized. As of 2022, eightsixteen people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021), and Jeannie Peterson, Paul Crutzen, John Birks, Richard Turco, Brian Toon, Carl Sagan, Georgiy Stenchikov and Alan Robock (2022).[4]

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to an individualone or more individuals judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not sufficiently widely recognized. As of 2022, eight people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021), and Jeannie Peterson, Paul Crutzen, John Birks, Richard Turco, Brian Toon, Carl Sagan, Georgiy Stenchikov and Alan Robock (2022).[4]

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to an individual judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not widely recognized. As of 2022, eight people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021), and Jeannie Peterson, Paul Crutzen, John Birks, Richard Turco, Brian Toon, Carl Sagan, Georgiy Stenchikov and Alan Robock (2022).[4]

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    Open Philanthropy (2022) Grants database: Future of Life Institute, Open Philanthropy.

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    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019a) SFF-2020-H1 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund

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    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019b) SFF-2020-H2 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

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    Future of Life Institute (2021)(2022) Future of Life Award: celebrating the unsung heroes of our time, Future of Life Institute.

As of JuneJuly 2022, FLI has received over $500,000$1.9 million in funding from Open Philanthropy,[1] and $500,000 from the Survival and Flourishing Fund.[1]2][2]3]

Every year, FLI awards a prize, named the Future of Life Award, to an individual judged to have had an extraordinary positive social impact but whose contributions are not widely recognized. As of 2022, eight people have been so honored: Vasili Arkhipov (2017), Stanislav Petrov (2018), Matthew Meselson (2019), Viktor Zhdanov and William Folge (2020), and Joe Farman, Susan Solomon and Stephen Andersen (2021).[3]4]

  1. ^

    Open Philanthropy (2022) Grants database: Future of Life Institute, Open Philanthropy.

  2. ^

    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019a) SFF-2020-H1 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund

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    Survival and Flourishing Fund (2019b) SFF-2020-H2 S-process recommendations announcement, Survival and Flourishing Fund.

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    Future of Life Institute (2021) Future of Life Award: celebrating the unsung heroes of our time, Future of Life Institute.