Thanks for sharing this.
One argument I come across is that apart from being symbolic, individual action does not help #1,2 and 3. Elaboration / links to articles that try to quantify the "real" individual effect could probably make the case more persuasive.
If the "real" impact is small then one could argue that the slight inconvenience in following a vegan benifit is comparable to the small benifit that individual action results in.
Please ignore - see that the linked report has the test results.
Curious to know what the outcomes of the beta test were?
The suggestions below aren't particularly EA-aligned but might interest you. Note that I am not a data scientist and haven't worked with any of them.
https://www.ideas42.org/ seem to work in your area of interest. I don't know if they would offer projects to work on though.
https://omdena.com/ has interesting data for good projects and can be a good place to build a data science portfolio (my partner volunteers for them and is quite satisfied with the experience).
https://www.drivendata.org/ has data for good challenges that might interest you.
Hope this helps.
I am speculating here, but I can imagine orgs such as Founders Pledge/Effective Giving/Orgs dealing with HNW, UHNW individuals having use for content that succinctly conveys key information. Could be something to explore.
All the best!
Yup. See @sdspikes comment above.
Search for "teach for America" in this transcript: https://80000hours.org/podcast/episodes/nick-beckstead-giving-billions/
Is there any possibility for the research analyst (or some other) role to be taken up completely remotely? (i.e. while living in another country)
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