Report from the Science for Peace Annual General Meeting

The AGM was held on Saturday, May 17, at OISE and was chaired by Paul Hamel. The Executive members were approved: President – Judith Deutsch Vice-President – Chandler Davis Secretary – Alan Stauffer Treasurer (interim) – Derek Paul Member-at-large – Phyllis Creighton The following Directors were elected or retained to complete their term: Janis Alton … Read more Report from the Science for Peace Annual General Meeting

Book Nook

Engelman, Robert. 2008. More: Population, Nature and What Women Want. Island Press. Estulin, Daniel. 2007. The True Story of the Bilderberg Group. TrineDay LLC. Marsden, William. 2007. Stupid to the Last Drop: How Alberta is Bringing Environmental Armageddon to Canada (And Doesn’t Seem to Care). Alfred A. Knopf Canada.

Book Release: Sustainable Life on Earth

A 2008 book entitled Sustaining Life on Earth: Environmental and Human Health through Global Governance has been published and co-edited by one of our members, Colin Soskolne. Dr. Colin Soskolne, professor of epidemiology in the Department of Public Health Sciences, School of Public Health, University of Alberta, and principal editor of Sustaining Life on Earth … Read more Book Release: Sustainable Life on Earth

Brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology

On 6 June, Walter Dorn (Chairman of the Canadian Pugwash Group) and I presented a joint Brief to the above Standing Committee.1 The Brief had been quickly prepared over about three days, as the Committee had not given Science for Peace enough advance notice. As a result, it is inadequate on several matters, for example, … Read more Brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology

Militarism in Canada Today: What do we do about it?

A Talk to Veterans Against Nuclear Arms (VANA), Toronto, 22 April/08 I. Introduction Militarism today is bad for the global economy, terrible for the environment, hugely destructive of human rights and of life itself, and a major risk to the future of humanity. Why then, do we put up with it? Why is it virtually … Read more Militarism in Canada Today: What do we do about it?

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