Science for Peace presents our weekly series of free public lectures Wednesday evenings, throughout fall 2017 and winter 2018. Room 140, University College, 15 Kings College Circle, University of Toronto. (video)
The Science for Peace U of T Campus Group presents its first Ideathon, an exercise in which students work together in teams to come up with a proposed solution to promote student food security and ecological public health on campus.
Science for Peace presents our weekly series of free public lectures Wednesday evenings, 7:00 – 9:00 pm, fall 2016 to winter 2017, University College, 15 Kings College Circle, U. of Toronto. Everyone is welcome. Bring a friend. (video)
By capitalism I mean what all economists have always meant, including Marx: the exchange of goods and services such that the prices are determined by a market—supply and demand. The … Read more Metta's Reply to Derek Paul, Others Wanting to Stop Growth
We welcome suggestions for additions or corrections to this ongoing bibliography, either as replies/comments to the article itself (see link above) or . The list is alphabetical by author surname … Read more Bibliography of Freedom for Research material
Saturday November 13 and Sunday November 14 2010 at Armour Heights Officers’ Mess, Toronto
Eric Fawcett 1981-1984 Anatol Rapoport 1984-1986 George Ignatieff 1986-1988 Tony Arrott 1988-1990 David Parnas 1990-1993 Derek Paul 1993-1995 Eric Fawcett 1995-1996 Peter Nicholls 1996-1997 Terry Gardner 1997-1998 Mel Watkins 1998-2000 … Read more Past Presidents of Science for Peace
Download the carbon tax petition here (pdf)
The Science For Peace Bulletin features articles dealing with the state of peace, justice and human rights in communities in Canada and around the world by members of Science for Peace and guest contributors.