Peace Magazine

Vol.34, No.3: Jul-Sep 2018

Professor John Polanyi delivers the keynote speech at the “How to Save the World in a Hurry” conference at University College, Toronto, May 30-31 2018.

Down from the Mountain

Metta Spencer intended only to hold a forum that would produce a “Platform for Survival” to link together the campaigns that aim to prevent six global threats. Then she would retire. But now the work on “Project Save the World” may be just beginning. Read the full article here.

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Unanticipated Radioactive Repercussions
Radioactivity is not a thing, but a property of certain materials. While there are a handful of significant naturally-occurring radioactive elements, there are over 1000 human-made radioactive materials. Most of these were not seen in nature in measurable amounts prior to 1939, explains Gordon Edwards.

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Toronto City Council Endorses UN Ban Treaty
The Hiroshima Nagasaki Day Coalition has initiated a new strategy for pressuring the federal government to ratify the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons by lobbying Toronto City Council, writes Anton Wagner.

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