Jenny is an award-winning journalist & science writer covering food, agriculture, climate change, biodiversity, health & technology. In Sentientist Conversations we talk about “what’s real?” and “what matters?”
Marcus is a professional tennis player. He is a philanthropist and an advocate for effective altruism through his work as the founder of High Impact Athletes.
Aysha is a neurologist, public health specialist & author. She is President & CEO of the Center for Contemporary Sciences.
Yasmine is an ex-muslim rights activist, advocating primarily for the rights of women living within Islamic majority countries.
“Children are much less speciesist than adults” – Psychological Researcher Matti Wilks – New Sentientist Conversation
Matti is a post-doctoral researcher at Yale University, working with Professor Paul Bloom. She studies moral psychology & moral development – including attitudes to cultivated meat & the “natural”, the moral status of various types of entities & altruism. In these Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what’s real?” & “what matters?”
“There is suffering – end it!” – Actress Victoria Hogan – New Sentientist Conversation episode on YouTube and Podcast
Victoria is an actress, film producer, writer, voiceover artist and animal activist. In these Sentientist Conversations we discuss “whats real” and “what matters”.
“Compassion needs to be grounded in reality” – Jessica Pierce – Bioethicist and Author – Sentientist Conversation on YouTube and Podcast
Jessica Pierce is a bioethicist, philosopher and writer. Her work focuses on human-animal relationships & interconnections between ecosystems & health.
“How can I have been morally asleep for so long?” – Prof Randall Abate – New Sentientist Conversation
Sentientist Conversation with Randall Abate. Randall is an author and environmental, animal, climate and constitutional law professor at Monmouth University in New Jersey. His books include “What Can Animal Law Learn From Environmental Law?” and “Climate Change and the Voiceless: Protecting Future Generations, Wildlife, and Natural Resources”.