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Vol.35, No.3: Jul-Sep 2019

Electric grids are vulnerable both to military attack and to cyberattacks. How can we avoid the consequences of multiple threats which could lead to both human and global extinction?

Our House is on Fire

Some combinations are fatal. War and famine are an obvious pairing, but what about others, like cyber attacks and massive radiation exposure? Read Metta Spencer’s 10-page introduction to “Project Save the World”, tune in to our library of video talks and podcasts, and get active. See tosavetheworld.ca for more on our proposed platform for survival for humanity and the planet. COMMENT

Also in this issue

Why we’re Organizing Climate Strikes
“We won’t stop until our government acts on this crisis.” Rebecca Wolf Gage is a young climate activist in Victoria, British Columbia.COMMENT

Above All, Do No Harm
In the event of a nuclear war, medicine has nothing meaningful to offer. But doctors are uniquely placed to make the argument for disarmament, as physicians Mary-Wynne Ashford and Jonathan Down demonstrate.COMMENT

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Updated 08 July 2019

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