ALLFED

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ALLFED is focused on making sure everyone can be fed in global scale disasters. As ALLFED grows we will do more research into alternate foods and grow our network of professionals to craft effective plans for global scale catastrophes.

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How would we feed everyone if the sun was blocked or if there was a significant disruption to industry? ALLFED is working on planning, preparedness and research into practical food solutions so that in the event of a global catastrophe we can respond quickly and save lives and reduce the risk to civilization. 

Food storage might seem like the obvious solution but it is very expensive, so we are researching alternative food sources that can scaled up quickly that don’t require the sun. 
Ideally these catastrophes would not happen and we support efforts to avoid them. Our research focuses on global catastrophic events rather than smaller scale disasters but some of our research may have implications for how we deal with current disasters. We are also focused on events where people have survived rather than human extinction events. 

Currently we’re focused on two kinds of disaster. Disasters that could block out the sun (nuclear winter, supervolcano, asteroid impact) and disasters that could disable industry (High altitude EMP from nuclear weapons, solar flare, coordinated cyber attack). ALLFED’s work includes conducting research into alternate foods, catastrophe planning, and growing our communication network so information could be disseminated post-catastrophe.