Other events

This section of the website includes details of external events, together with their outputs . Links to conference presentations and related material are provided where available.

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Scientists for Global Responsibility will take part in this event in Glasgow, UK, during the COP26 climate negotiations.
 

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Dr Stuart Parkinson, SGR, will speak at this in-person workshop at the People's Summit for Climate Justice, Glasgow, UK - held during the COP26 climate negotiations.
 

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Dr Liz Kalaugher, SGR, will speak at this webinar, part of the People's Summit for Climate Justice - taking place during the COP26 climate negotiations.
 

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Scientists for Global Responsibility will take part in this event, part of the day of action on climate and militarism, during the COP26 climate negotiations, Glasgow, UK.
 

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Dr Stuart Parkinson, SGR, highlights the rapidly increasing military involvement at UK universities, especially as part of the government's 'Global Britain' agenda.

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Dr Philip Webber, SGR, compares funding for nuclear weapons with funding for tackling climate change, using the UK as an example.

 

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Talk by Dr Stuart Parkinson, Executive Director of SGR, in London, UK.

Dr Parkinson discussed the large but neglected carbon emissions of the UK and the world's militaries.

Powerpoint slides are now available.

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Dr Stuart Parkinson gave the sixth annual Bristol Quaker Peace Lecture. He examined how society uses and misuses science and technology - and highlighted ways in which we can reshape our relationship with these powerful forces to help bring about a more secure and sustainable society.

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The third Martin Ryle lecture, organised by the Martin Ryle Trust and Conway Hall Ethical Society at Conway Hall.

Sir Paul Nurse spoke on the cultural and practical significance of scientific research.

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Education activities designed to inspire young people to use science and technology to help support peace, social justice and environmental sustainability.

2020 week of activities: 7th to 15th March.