Report prepared by IPPNW, written by GBPSR board member Dr. Matt Bivens. We consider this the “Readers Digest version” of the Nuclear Famine report — filled with graphics and charts and meant to be accessible. Download
New report in Nature Food (a subsidiary of Nature)
On May 18, 2022 the Mass General Hospital Center for the Environment and Health held a webinar, and the second half of it featured a discussion surrounding the “Effects of Nuclear Weapons and Avenues for Clinician Advocacy”. Greater Boston PSR board member Dr. Joe Hodgkin, begins talking at minute 33:45.
Watch video from the event here.
In Depth News – July 8, 2021, marks the 25th anniversary of the International Court of Justice’s (ICJ’s) Advisory Opinion on the legal status of nuclear weapons.
The New York Times – The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, the Geneva-based group that was awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for its work to achieve the treaty, said in a report released on Thursday that it had seen increased backing for the accord among voters and lawmakers in NATO’s 30 countries, as reflected in public opinion polls, parliamentary resolutions, political party declarations and statements from past leaders.
GBPSR’s Dr. Brita Lundberg joins Joe Gerson and Sofia Wolman and host Tod Gross on this episode of On the Sunny Side of the Street. The episode focuses on activities of students and adults working together to advance the cause of nuclear disarmament, peace and justice and reducing the negative impact of nuclear weapons on …
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons: ICAN
Memorializing the bombing of civilians at Hiroshima is to recognize the human side of loss.
Common Dreams – As with viruses, containment of atomic weapons may be good, but eradication is best.