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

9 results

SGR's work includes the promotion of constructive dialogue between scientists and non-scientists. An important condition for a dialogue between equals is that the assessment of science funding applications be democratised.

Article by Alan Cottey, late 2001

... the case for doing some scientific projects in a radically open manner, supported by an Open Science Protocol

Article by Alan Cottey, late 2001

SGR statement released 16 November 2001

Statement issued by the Coordinating Committee of Scientists for Global Responsibility on 22 September 2001

SGR Statement, 15 July 2001

Scientists for Global Responsibility does not accept that National Missile Defence (NMD) is purely for protection, and believes that it has a clear offensive potential

SGR Statement, 26 June 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

SGR Statement, April 2001

Submission by Dr Eva Novotny, SGR, to the Royal Society, April 2001