The Climate Crisis Series
1. What Needs To Be Done: January 26, 2021 Climate scientist Danny Harvey provides the answer. A dynamic U of T Professor of Geography, he has written two textbooks on climate science, three books on solutions, over a hundred scientific papers relating to the climate problem and has co-authored reports for the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on … Read more The Climate Crisis Series
Introduction to Disarmament
Video Series About Why does disarmament matter? Access to weapons does not necessarily cause conflict, but it can encourage, intensify and prolong it. Disarmament and arms control play a critical role in preventing and ending crisis and armed conflict. Disarmament can also reduce an immense financial burden on societies. Did you know that the cost … Read more Introduction to Disarmament
Remarks by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov
Remarks at the meeting of the UN Security Council, “Maintenance of international peace and security: Upholding multilateralism and the United Nations-centred international system,” held via videoconference, Moscow, May 7, 2021 For full article, please click here .
Shed A Light: Rupert Read – This civilization is finished: so what is to be done?
Rupert Read, Environmental Philosopher and Chair of Green House Think Tank. The Paris Agreement explicitly commits us to use non-existent, utterly reckless, unaffordable and ineffective ‘Negative Emissions Technologies’ which will almost certainly fail to be realised. Barring a multifaceted miracle, within a generation, we will be facing an exponentially rising tide of climate disasters that … Read more Shed A Light: Rupert Read – This civilization is finished: so what is to be done?
Why Canada Should Leave Nato
On the eve of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s 72nd anniversary, the Canadian Foreign Policy Institute hosted a webinar titled “Why Canada should leave NATO” featuring Margaret Kimberley, Tamara Lorincz, Ludo De Brabanderand and Paul Robinson. Please join Margaret Kimberley from the Black Alliance for Peace, Professor Paul Robinson (University of Ottawa), Belgian peace activist Ludo … Read more Why Canada Should Leave Nato
U.K.’s decision to increase nuclear warhead stockpile cap defies logic
The Westminster government is defying international law— and its own public’s on-record majority opinion against nuclear weapons—as well as provoking the Scottish people, all of which it will regret. For full article please visit: U.K.’s decision to increase nuclear warhead stockpile cap defies logic – The Hill Times
Canadian Nuclear Weapon Abolitionists Call on U.K. to Reconsider Warhead Increase
CANADIAN NETWORK TO ABOLISH NUCLEAR WEAPONS Le Réseau canadien pour l’abolition des armes nucléaires Canadian Nuclear Weapon Abolitionists Call on U.K. to Reconsider Warhead Increase CNANW Statement March 25, 2021 The Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (CNANW) joins with other disarmament organizations critical of the nuclear weapons policy shift of the government of the … Read more Canadian Nuclear Weapon Abolitionists Call on U.K. to Reconsider Warhead Increase
Overcoming the Climate Crisis: What Needs to be Done
Open Letter to the Prime Minister on Military Expenditures
The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau Prime Minister of Canada Dear Mr Trudeau: Re: Military Expenditures Your government signed a contract with Lockheed Martin, prior to covid-19, to purchase 15 naval warships, tabbed as Type 26, at an estimated cost of about $60 billion dollars. These ships are not meant to simply patrol our northern waters; … Read more Open Letter to the Prime Minister on Military Expenditures