Environment

Aldergrove resident Marilyn Konstapel is co-organizing a Langley protest against the federal government’s planned procurement of 88 new fighter jets for around $19 million. (Marilyn Konstapel/Special to the Star)

‘Medicine Not Missiles’: Langley Protestors Call On Federal Government To Cancel $19B Fighter Jet Procurement

By Sarah Growchowski, July 23, 2020 From Aldergrove Star Concerned residents of Langley, British Columbia, Canada plan to protest in front of Langley-Aldergrove MP Tako van Popta’s constituency office on Friday – demanding that the federal government cancel its costly […]

Nicholson Baker, July 2020

Digging Up Permasecrets: A Talk With Nicholson Baker

By Marc Eliot Stein, July 21, 2020 “I believe that secrecy is the refuge of the incompetent, and I believe absolutely that this book demonstrates that there was tremendous bumbling, violent bumbling, that happened all over the place in the […]

Cenotaph for the A-bomb Victims, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

75 Years: Canada, Nuclear Weapons and the UN Ban Treaty

Hiroshima Nagasaki Day Coalition  Hiroshima-Nagasaki Day 75th Anniversary Commemoration with Setsuko Thurlow & Friends Thursday, August 6, 2020 at 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT “This is the beginning of the end of nuclear weapons.” ― Setsuko Thurlow TORONTO: On […]

Billboard in Seattle

Seattle Area Billboards Inform Citizens Of Nuclear Weapons Stockpiled In Their Back Yard

July 17, 2020 From Ground Zero Center for Nuclear Action On July 13, and continuing for four weeks, four billboards will display the following paid advertisement: Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor…  Base with largest concentration of deployed nuclear weapons in the U.S., Remembering […]

Cancel RIMPAC 2020 Aotearoa

July 16, 2020 A month out from the start of RIMPAC, the US Navy led military wargames, peace groups are calling on Minister of Defence Ron Mark to pull the plug on NZ’s involvement this year with a special video […]

Northern Mariana Islands

Open Letter: US Navy Base In Northern Marianas Will Harm People And Environment

July 4, 2020 Secretary of Defense Mark T. Esper Department of Defense Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer Department of the Navy Nora Macariola-See Naval Facilities Engineering Command Pacific 258 Makalapa Drive, Suite 100 Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 96860-3134 Re: […]

War and Nuclear Weapons – Film and Discussion Series

By Vermont International Film Festival, July 6, 2020 Join us for this series of discussions of films!  We recommend that you view each film ahead of time, and each title below has information about how to view it online – […]

The Democrats’ Disastrous, Militarist Climate Plan

  By David Swanson, World BEYOND War, July 5, 2020 The habitability of the earth and the viability of lesser evilism are on the ropes, and incrementalism is thriving even in the current moment of increased activism for radical change. […]

Installing solar panels

Battleground States

By Kathy Kelly, June 27, 2020 The time for manufacturing of weapons of war has passed as a viable industry for our nation, despite the way some of our political leadership clings to economies of the past.—Lisa Savage, U.S. Senate […]

New Video: War and the Environment — Course Begins July 6