This section lists SGR's main outputs on: military carbon emissions; comparisons between resources used for military activities and those used for tackling climate change; and the links between climate change and conflict.
The carbon boot-print of the military
Stuart Parkinson; Movement for the Abolition of War conference, London; June 2019
Could climate change lead to a nuclear war?
Stuart Parkinson; CND conference, London; October 2017
UK military-industrial interests and climate change
Stuart Parkinson; People's Climate Summit, Paris, France; December 2015
Nuclear weapons and climate catastrophe
Philip Webber; SGR conference, London; November 2015
Demilitarization for deep decarbonization
Tamara Lorincz; SGR conference, London; November 2015
Climate change and military conflict
Stuart Parkinson; Movement for the Abolition of War AGM, London; November 2008
Guns and global warming: war, peace and the environment
Stuart Parkinson; Network for Peace AGM, London; February 2007
* all venues in the UK except where indicated
Military spending hits record levels, while climate finance falls short
Stuart Parkinson; Laboratory News; June 2018
A climate of insecurity
Stuart Parkinson; Responsible Science blog; November 2015
Wind turbines and solar panels into nuclear weapons: the UK's new industrial strategy?
Stuart Parkinson; The Ecologist; October 2015
Climate or military?
Stuart Parkinson; Laboratory News; April 2014
Nuclear weapons over wind turbines? UK R&D policies are warped
Stuart Parkinson; New Scientist; February 2014
War in Libya – the role of the arms and oil industries
Stuart Parkinson; SGR Newsletter; October 2011
Military R&D 85 times larger than renewable energy R&D
Stuart Parkinson; SGR Newsletter; winter 2008
Conflict and climate change (video)
Movement for the Abolition of War; October 2013