Thinking about all the most pressing world problems, I keep coming back to the question about why the very people who have enormous power are so cruel, and why they … Read more Note from the President of Science for Peace
Canada stands at a watershed concerning freshwater management and governance. Despite being one of the few relatively water-rich nations of the world, Canada’s freshwater resources are under threat. Pollution, wasteful … Read more Water Crisis
sponsored by Science for Peace and the Canadian Pugwash Group Friday, November 7, 2008 7:30 – 9:30 pm George Ignatieff Theatre Larkin Bldg. 135 Devonshire Place, University of Toronto Introduction: … Read more Public Forum: Fresh Water Problems: Emerging Threats and Urgent Priorities
(This paper is adapted from a power point presentation at the Group of 78’s Foreign Policy Conference on September 27 in Ottawa) Every time we fill our tanks with gasoline … Read more Petroleum, Power and Fear: Challenges for Canada
Election fever is now upon us on both sides of the Canada/US border. In June, the Canadian International Council held a conference on the potential impact of the 2008 U.S. … Read more The Race for the U.S. Presidency: What does it mean for Canada?
Alan F. Phillips MD died peacefully surrounded by his family on 11 August 2008 from complications of a chronic illness. He remained the picture of grace and courage to his … Read more In Memory of Alan F. Phillips MD
The International Day of Peace on September 21 took many forms. It seems to have caused a decrease in the fighting in Afghanistan. On Oct. 4 Science for Peace was … Read more Announcements
Roche, Douglas. Creative Dissent: A Politician’s Struggle for Peace was launched in Ottawa on October 16. Michalos, Alex C. Trade Barriers to the Public Good: Free Trade and Environmental Protection … Read more Book Nook