Martin Quick argues that the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina could have been averted.

Article from SGR Newsletter no. 31, December 2005

Steve Wright, Leeds Metropolitan University, outlines the recently introduced European Union controls on torture equipment and assesses whether they are adequate to control current developments in military technology.

Article from SGR Newsletter no. 31, December 2005

Dominick Jenkins argues that more scientists and engineers need to get active to help stop the UK government undermining attempts at nuclear disarmament.

Article from SGR Newsletter no. 31, December 2005

Notes for a Seminar given by Chris Langley, SGR, at Kings College, London, November 2005

Letter sent on 23rd November 2005, organised by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and co-signed by SGR

Texts of presentations by Chris Langley, SGR, to Pugwash Ethical Science Group, Imperial College, London, October 2005, and Totton Sixth-Form College, Southampton, November, 2005

Response to a consultation, 1 November 2005

SGR letter to Margaret Beckett (Environment Minister) arguing for the UK to take a strong position at the upcoming climate negotiations in Montreal, 28 October 2005

Presentation by Mark Whitby, BEng, FEng, FICE, Hon FRIBA of Whitbybird Ltd to the SGR Conference on Saturday 22nd October 2005 

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