Climate change and energy

SGR produces a range of outputs on the issue of 'Climate change and energy'. This covers climate change science, technological and policy responses to climate change, energy supply technologies (especially renewable energy and nuclear power), energy use and energy efficiency (including in transport and buildings), and related policy and lifestyle issues.

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SGR ethical careers briefing by Tim Foxon; March 2003

This briefing provides background insight into some of the approaches and technologies that are designed to reduce the impact of human activities and industry on the environment. Readers will gain greater awareness of possible career choices (and a shift in thinking) that can make a positive contribution to sustainable development.
 

Response to 'Energy Policy: Key Issues for Consultation', September 2002
 

Philip Webber responds to an article by Anthony Browne in the Observer. The newspaper declined to print either this response or a condensed version.

Article from SGR Newsletter 24, March 2002
 

SGR statement released 16 November 2001
 

This booklet takes an initial look at issues such as genetics, climate change, arms, militarisation of space, animal experiments, cleaner technology, information technology, and science funding. In addition, it describes the experiences of working scientists and how they have dealt with many of these issues. Contributors include Nobel Peace Prize winner Professor Sir Joseph Rotblat, inventor of the World-Wide-Web Dr Tim Berners-Lee and the well-known commentator on biotechnology issues Dr Mae Wan Ho.

SGR ethical careers booklet, edited by Stuart Parkinson and Vanessa Spedding; summer 2001
 

SGR Statement, 15 July 2001
 

Open Letter to President George W. Bush from Scientists for Global Responsibility (SGR), UK Concerning the US Decision not to Implement the Kyoto Protocol; 24 June 2001
 

Stuart Parkinson examines the detail behind the headlines at The Hague talks

Article from SGR Newsletter 22, February 2001
 

Article by Stuart Parkinson, SGR, from SGR Newsletter, no 20 (spring 2000), p7-9