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Stuart Parkinson looks into why the climatic disaster which would follow a potential nuclear war has been forgotten

Article from SGR Newsletter 27, July 2003
 

Issued on 24 July 2003
 

SGR response to Royal Society/ Royal Academy of Engineering consultation on nanotechnology, 10 July 2003
 

Notes for a Lecture by Stuart Parkinson, SGR, for CCE seminar ‘The War on Terror’, Sussex University on 5 July 2003
 

SGR Response to GM Science Review by Eva Novotny, 30 May 2003
 

SGR ethical careers briefing by Stuart Parkinson; March 2003

This briefing provides an overview of the climate change crisis: its causes, its potential impacts and the economic influences that make the problem harder to solve. Readers will gain insight into ways in which career choice can help alleviate (or worsen) the situation.
 

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.
 

SGR ethical careers briefing by Gill Langley; March 2003

This briefing provides background insight into the issues surrounding the use of animals in scientific experiments and the underlying factors that have given rise to the current legislative and cultural setting. Readers will gain greater awareness of how their choice of career makes a positive or negative impact on the welfare of laboratory animals as well as some pointers to alternative career routes.
 

Short report summarising the arguments against the War on Iraq.

Philip Webber and Vanessa Spedding, with contributions from Stuart Parkinson and Eva Novotny, 27 March 2003

 

Text of an SGR letter, 17 March 2003
 

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