A Tribute to Lee Lorch (1915-2014)

Lee Lorch, a Science for Peace Board Member from the 1990s until last year, died on February 28th at the age of 98. A wonderful obituary by David Margolick can be read here: www.nytimes.com/2014/03/02/nyregion/lee-lorch-desegregation-activist-who-led-stuyvesant-town-effort-dies-at-98.html?src=twrhp&_r=1 Rachel Deutsch also created a film on Lee Lorch’s life which can be found on the Science for Peace YouTube channel … Read more A Tribute to Lee Lorch (1915-2014)

Why the UofT Should Divest from Violations of International Law

This article is a result of the collective efforts of Students Against Israeli Apartheid at the University of Toronto and the University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union Ad Hoc Committee on BDS. At the 2012 University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union (UTGSU) Annual General Meeting, members voted overwhelmingly in favor of a motion to call … Read more Why the UofT Should Divest from Violations of International Law

Book review: The Wealth of Nature: Economics as if survival mattered (By John Michael Greer)

New Society Publishers 2011 252pp. paper Reviewed by Derek Paul Publishing companies are in process of issuing a welcome stream of books based upon the realization that neoclassical economics cannot address the problem of climate change, and cannot address the problems of waste, consumerism, and the rising global ecological footprint. Currently the human race maximizes … Read more Book review: The Wealth of Nature: Economics as if survival mattered (By John Michael Greer)

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