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Thanks for joining and for the good discussion! I hope everyone who did not join for the restaurant got home safely without getting soaked! The next Food for Thought will be at the 18. July (topic TBD) https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/events/Wcjs2D9PGAMEC3ybF/food-for-thought-14-tbd

Thank y'all for joining tonight! The next Food for Thought will be on the 30st of May where we'll discuss wild animal suffering. If weather permits we'll finally be outdoors again in the park! https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/events/L86jYHpcLADcxFHbL/food-for-thought-12-wild-animal-suffering

Thank you all for joining and for the good discussions! After a lot of theoretical topics, the next food for thought will be about a very practical thing: "How to give effectively" hope to see you there. The event is here, we'll add more details soon: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/events/ZyzhF9HdDq3iGCtQT/food-for-thought-11-how-to-give-effectively

The next food for thought will happen at the 22nd February. The topic will be the procreation asymmetry. For more information and RSVP: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/events/KijHWNKrkwPNDSg6N/food-for-thought-9-the-asymmetry

Thank you for this great series of posts, I learned a lot reading them and will dig deeper into some of the references provided! Now, I agree with you that this is probably a very important and neglected topic.

While reading this I had a thought on maximizing utility in this situation. Wouldn't it make sense to prioritize low energy societies now when it comes to building new renewable energy sources? I guess in those societies we still have a chance to substitute all energy that is currently consumed with renewable sources. This would mean those societies wouldn't get into much (further) trouble and could have a rather smooth transition into the post fossil fuel area. Whereas spending most of the resources available for this topic in countries with a high energy consumption seems like an odd choice because here only a small fraction of the necessary energy can be substituted and this probably won't help for a smooth transition.

The next food for thought will happen on the 7th December. This time we will discuss how a EA utopia would look like. More information and RSVP here: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/events/XQLsqnz234GAaNZHP/food-for-thought-8-utopia

The next Food for Thought will be at the 2nd November and we will talk about Clulessness. Would be great to see you again! https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/events/iXumEP6nbWthEsQWD/food-for-thought-do-we-have-a-clue

This is our location. There is a black bike liyng close to our blankets https://maps.app.goo.gl/DSik3sbHFa9TXz4WA

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