It is an honour, and a daunting responsibility, to be president of Science for Peace. It is also somewhat ironic since I work in a field generally decried as unscientific … Read more Note from the New President of Science for Peace
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 … Read more Book Nook
Good News An apology has been given to Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples for the suffering they endured over the past centuries especially in the Indian Schools run by churches and the … Read more Announcements
The last Bulletin had a brief mention of the death of John Buttrick in a car accident on Gabriola Is., B.C. He was 88 and a long-time member of Science … Read more Remembering John Buttrick
The following has been adapted from some of the remarks prepared by John Valleau for Lynn Trainor’s memorial. It is a rare privilege if one gets to know, two or … Read more In Memory of Lynn Trainor
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, … Read more Book Release: Sustainable Life on Earth
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 … Read more Brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology
Speech to the DPI Conference, April 8, 2008 Last October I wrote to our Foreign Minister to ask for Canada to vote at the UN General Assembly for a resolution … Read more Nuclear Weapons: Just Say "No"!
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 … Read more Militarism in Canada Today: What do we do about it?
In a recent Note from the Science for Peace President (December 07), it is wisely stated that “we need to identify the social, political and economic mechanisms” that drive current … Read more The Science for Peace Vocation