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SGR also produces a range of other outputs, including submissions to government consultations, general 'statements', open letters etc.

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SGR has co-signed a letter of complaint to the BBC about bias in the BBC2 Horizon programme, Is nuclear power safe?

15 September 2011
 

Letter from the International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility (INES) - co-signed by SGR - to the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP), 10 June 2011
 

In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear accident, many countries are undertaking major reviews of their energy strategies – with Germany announcing the most ambitious intentions. David Elliott, Open University, looks at the radical changes that are afoot.

Article for SGR website, 17 May 2011
 

SGR letter to Chris Huhne, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, 6 May 2011
 

SGR is one of 60 organisations now supporting the 'Demand a better bill' campaign, which proposes major improvements to the UK government's proposed energy saving legislation, 6 May 2011
 

SGR has co-signed a letter of complaint to the BBC about bias in a Radio 4 programme, Fallout: the legacy of Chernobyl, 5 May 2011
 

Stuart Parkinson, SGR, takes an initial look at the lessons from the Japanese tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear emergency. He argues that if societies are to be more ‘resilient’ to environmental risks, then major socio-economic and technological changes are critical.

Article for SGR website, 17 March 2011
 

Cuts dictated by the UK defence review give the opportunity to take a fresh look at how we deploy military technology.

Opinion article by Stuart Parkinson, SGR, in Engineering and Technology magazine, 14 March 2011
 

SGR response to the UK government consultation on an updated Waste Transfer Pricing Methodology for the disposal of higher activity waste from new nuclear power stations, 4 March 2011
 

This documentary debates the serious concerns about growing commercial involvement in UK universities. It features SGR's Chris Langley, Science Minister, David Willetts and several academics. It was first broadcast on 15 December 2010.