Join the club for FREE to access the whole archive and other member benefits.

Ethics

What are the consequences of radical life extension?

Should we attempt to live forever?

More questions than answers - but more information coming soon.

Resources

Tap on icon for description, click on resource name for more details.

Event

Karen Hooper, Martin Carkett, and Jess Northend speaking about longer healthspans on London Futurists online event (FREE)

Academic

Professor of Economics, University of Oxford

Event

How should people interested in the future help society prepare for that sea-change transition in attitude?

Company Representative

Assistant Director at Nuffield Council on Bioethics with focus on genome editing

Event

Annual conference by the International Longevity Centre (virtual)

Institute

UK’s specialist think tank on the impact of longevity on society, and what happens next

Book

How does society react when the vision of biological immortality has become reality, but has not yet fully arrived?

Academia

Multidisciplinary research institute at the University of Oxford

Advocate

CEO of the Global Healthspan Policy Institute

Book

How would you react if you knew you could die suddenly, and probably would?

More Ethics resources

Recent News

Whole genome sequencing: a breakthrough approach to diagnose rare diseases

Guardian - 10-Nov-2021

Screening people at risk of genetic diseases thereby reducing the burden of health care costs

Read more...

Longevity gap differs greatly between the rich and poor areas of England

BBC - 13-Oct-2021

Report finds alarming fall in life expectancy even before COVID pandemic - calls for better policies

Read more...

WHO rewrites air quality guidelines, slashing safe limit for pollutants from fossil fuels by 50%

Guardian - 22-Sep-2021

A step towards breathing harmless air amidst rising evidence of deadly harm from air pollution

Read more...

Baby shortage in the country may lead to long-term economic stagnation

Guardian - 20-Sep-2021

Worldwide 28% of countries adopt pronatalist policies to drive up the birthrate

Read more...

Short term exposure to particulate matter cause specific mortality

The Conversation (UK) - 08-Sep-2021

Exposure reduction targets aim to lower air pollution levels

Read more...
More Ethics News