Teach-in: How Canada Should Respond to Terrorism and War

On December 9, 2001 SfP held a teach-in at the University of Toronto. Speakers included Prof. John McMurtry from the University of Guelph, Prof. Michael Mandel from York University, Aileen Carroll, MP and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Prof. Emeritus Ursula Franklin from the University of Toronto. For more information, stay … Read more Teach-in: How Canada Should Respond to Terrorism and War

The Role of Media For Sustainability

This Round Table Workshop was organized by Rose Dyson on March 5th, 5-7:00 p.m.. It was held at Croft Chapter House, University College, University of Toronto. This is the fourth in a series so far this year held on a number of interconnected topics in preparation for the upcoming Interdisciplinary Conference on the Evolution of … Read more The Role of Media For Sustainability

Sustainability and Security Education Round Table

This event was organized by Julia Morton-Marr. Wednesday Feb 13, 2002 at 2pm – 5pm; 2nd Floor Rm 2-282, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education OISE, University of Toronto, (By invitation only) The Round Table was arranged for balance. Participants were selected to create the following conditions. There were 7 men and 7 women; 2 … Read more Sustainability and Security Education Round Table

Roundtable on Energy and Climate Change

Derek Paul organized an event on Energy and Climate Change at Croft Chapter House, 24 January 2002 Global warming is taking place; thirty academies of science worldwide agree that the onset of climate change is very serious and that appropriate action needs to be taken. In any case, the precautionary principle must be applied to … Read more Roundtable on Energy and Climate Change

Third Interdisciplinary Conference on The Evolution of World Order: From Knowledge to Sound Policy and Action

Please mark your calendar for this event on May 30 -June 2, 2002, at Oakham House, 63 Gould St. Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. One of the confirmed speakers is William Rees, the co-author of Our Ecological Footprint. According to Bill Rees, Canada could double its population, and still be sustainable. However, the USA would … Read more Third Interdisciplinary Conference on The Evolution of World Order: From Knowledge to Sound Policy and Action

The Ballistic Missile Defence Issue: SfP and NOOS

Background Science for Peace members are certainly aware of the re-emergence of Reagan’s “Star-Wars” plans (Strategic Defense Initiative, SDI), and that this figures as a central policy initiative of the present U.S. Administration, under the name National Missile Defense (NMD). It is immediately obvious that if this development takes place, it poses a truly enormous … Read more The Ballistic Missile Defence Issue: SfP and NOOS

The 2003 Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs

This Conference will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and members of the Canadian Pugwash Group (CPG) will be getting together this July to plan the Conference and set the agenda. Members of SfP who have important ideas on the agenda could send them in to farp@sympatico.ca for transmission to the executive of CPG. It … Read more The 2003 Pugwash Conference on Science and World Affairs

Skip to content