Climate sensitivity (the estimated temperature rise for a given increase in atmospheric CO2) may be underestimated. This could result from not considering the cooling effect… Read More »Climate Sensitivity Greater Than Previously Believed
Economic & Social Security in the 21st Century: How Does Canada Stack Up Against Other Wealthy Developed Nations?
Professor Dennis Raphael presents Economic & Social Security in the 21st Century: How Does Canada Stack Up Against Other Wealthy Developed Nations? at University College,… Read More »Economic & Social Security in the 21st Century: How Does Canada Stack Up Against Other Wealthy Developed Nations?
University College at the University of Toronto presented the 2011-12 Graham Lecture on November 1rst, 2011 – given by Professor David W. Schindler who is… Read More »"The Oil Sands: Economic Saviour or Environmental Disaster?"
This report summarises records from which one can infer ancient climates and corresponding ice and sea level changes. The current rate of rise in atmospheric… Read More »Paleoclimate Record Points Toward Potential Rapid Climate Changes
Our contemporary university and college campuses are sites of great transformation these days. Corporate donors are driving academic programs and research projects, governments are clawing… Read More »Mapping a Freedom to Learn: Why Students Must Maintain Their Right to Organize on Canadian Campuses
By every measure, the Pentagon is the largest institutional user of petroleum products and energy…Yet the Pentagon has a blanket exemption in all international climate… Read More »The US Military Assault on Global Climate
This is a mere summary meant to celebrate our history, a selection of some representative activities of Science for Peace on the occasion of its… Read More »Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose: a 30-Year Retrospective of Science for Peace
On July 9th, 2011, “The Republic of South Sudan” was born as a new state in the horn of Africa. The country officially joined the… Read More »The New State of South Sudan: An Opportunity for Better Health Care?