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Vol.35, No.1: Jan-Mar 2019

Negative Emissions are Positive

Why stop at carbon-neutral? Metta Spencer takes a look at some new technologies which not only capture carbon emissions but which could take us into carbon-negative territory. Read more —your comments are also welcome.
Readers of our print edition will also find this article’s endnotes here.

Also in this issue

Hello, Canada
Joseph Cirincione is one of the leading anti-nuclear weapons campaigners in the US. In October, he came to Ottawa to meet with Canadian disarmament groups. COMMENT

Our Friend Gene Sharp: a conversation with Jamila Raqib
For most of her adult life, Jamila Raqib worked alongside the late Gene Sharp at the Albert Einstein Institution. In a video talk in November, she and Metta Spencer exchanged views on nonviolence and Sharp’s legacy. COMMENT

Peace Magazine archives: January update!

Every year on New Year’s Day, we mark the occasion by uploading all remaining articles from the issues published during the preceding calendar year. See the archive page here for more than 2600 individual articles from March 1985 to October 2018.

Web extras

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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