Peace and Protest in the UK

From Peace News On June 21 the Uranium Weapons Network was launched as part of the Campaign Against Depleted Uranium. A bridal die-in was held to commemorate the bombing of a bridal party in Afghanistan, one of several bombings by US and NATO forces. Trident Ploughshares blockaded four gates at Aldermaston’s Atomic Weapons Establishment to … Read more Peace and Protest in the UK

Hope for a Nuclear-Free World

Photographs of bombed Hiroshima and Nagasaki and victims’ art in City Hall rotunda, with posters, paper cranes, and peace tables in Nathan Phillips Square, signalled the Toronto commemoration on August 6 of the 1945 atomic bombing. Yakudo Drummers and the men’s Northern Lights Chorus drew some 300 people into the evening’s program on NPS, organized … Read more Hope for a Nuclear-Free World

Message from the President of Science for Peace

There seems to be two opposing trajectories in terms of knowledge: as blinkered leaders (people in positions of responsibility) obstinately make regressive, astonishingly narrow-minded and self-serving decisions and, as the major media become increasingly trivial and inane, the actual accumulation of crucial information exponentially expands. By crucial information I mean facts critical to human survival … Read more Message from the President of Science for Peace

The State of Global Food Production and Recommendations for the Future

Getting food: Gathering: harvesting existing food sources without domestication or cultivation; includes hunting, plant gathering, fishing wild stocks. Whereas gathering food with no effort to domesticate or cultivate requires about 1 km2 per person, and the earth’s surface is approximately 148 million km2, even if we assume that all the earth’s surface is equally capable … Read more The State of Global Food Production and Recommendations for the Future

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