Announcing Scientists for Global Responsibility Newsletter 44

Media release, 22 February 2016
 

A range of expert authors provide novel and important analysis of controversial issues in science, design and technology.

Feature articles cover:

  • UK climate policy unravelling
  • Trident: flaws in the nuclear deterrence doctrine
  • How space tourism could accelerate climate change
  • The risks of another Chernobyl or Fukushima accident
  • The industrialisation of war: lessons from World War I
  • The threat from ocean acidification
  • Military technology and the UK’s new security strategies
  • The Paris Agreement: key points
  • Military interest in ‘brain-like machines’
  • Teaching science ethics to university students and school children
     

A full list of articles is given here

 

Notes

1. Scientists for Global Responsibility (SGR) is an independent UK-based organisation of ethically concerned science, design and technology professionals. Founded in 1992, it has approximately 750 members. For more details, see http://www.sgr.org.uk/

2. Electronic copies of newsletter articles are released over a period of several months. Printed copies of the newsletter are mailed to SGR members upon publication. Back issues of the SGR Newsletter are available to download. For more details, see: http://www.sgr.org.uk/publications/sgr-newsletters

3. For further information, phone SGR Director, Dr Stuart Parkinson on 07941 953640