Forthcoming presentation by Dr Philip Webber, Scientists for Global Responsibility
Part of a webinar, entitled Back from the Brink.
Organised by National Union of Journalists (London Freelance Branch)
SGR's Executive Director, Dr Stuart Parkinson, gave oral evidence on military carbon emissions to the UK House of Commons Defence Committee.
24 January 2023
SGR and UCS call on scientists to support our campaign on Elsevier's fossil fuel industry links.
12 October 2022
The Zaporizhzhia region in Ukraine houses the largest nuclear power station in Europe – one of the ten largest such plants in the world. It is currently in an intensely fought war zone. Dr Philip Webber, SGR, explains some of the risks of radiation releases that this poses, both nationally and internationally.
15 December 2022
Dr Stuart Parkinson, SGR, assesses how the war in Ukraine is undermining efforts to tackle climate change and poverty - both in the UK and internationally.
29 October 2022
This report describes an innovative new methodology for estimating global and regional military greenhouse gas emissions, which suggests that the world’s militaries are responsible for 5.5% of global emissions - more than the whole of Russia.
10 November 2022
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