Around 5.5 million children die each year of easily preventable diseases such as malaria, diarrhea, or pneumonia. Runaway climate change is set to wreak environmental havoc and cost the economy trillions of dollars. More than 3,000 nuclear warheads are in high-alert, ready-to-launch status around the globe. Philanthropy is not the only way to tackle these problems. But it is a [...]
Together with six Dutch philanthropists aged under 50, Kellie Liket shares her motives for trying to do as much good as she can. "We aren't any more special than others on this earth, our wealth is pure luck". Read the (Dutch) article by clicking on the photo below
The New Scientist interviewed Kellie Liket on effective altruism. She states we tend to spend our money badly as we are not good at determining which issues deserve our attention. Read the (Dutch) article by clicking on the photo below.