Speakers: Dave Webb (UK), Aruna Kammila (India), Kevin Clements (New Zealand), Koohan Paik-Mander (Hawaii), Bruce Gagnon (Maine).
Time of event is 7:00 am (New York) or 12:00 noon (London)
A workshop at the 2021 World Peace Congress in Barcelona. Introduced by Dave Webb with speakers: Bruce Gagnon, coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space, to speak on the militarization of space and hypersonic weapons; Joaquin Rodriguez, from Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, and member of the International Committee for Robot Arms Control (ICRAC); Anne-Marie Buzatu, Vice President and Chief Operations Officer, ICT4Peace Foundation. Congress details: https://www.ipb2021.barcelona/celona/
This panel will identify the intersections of militarism, space tech, and climate change – and how these can be challenged.
Contributors: Lisa Savage - Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space, Koohan Paik-Mander - Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space, Adrienne Kinne - Veterans for Peace, David Collins - Veterans for Peace UK, Ashik Siddique - National Priorities Project at the Institute for Policy Studies
ICSS Marxist Library (San Francisco Bay area) is sponsoring this webinar with Bruce Gagnon from the Global Network as speaker. This talk will include the plans by the nuclear industry to establish nuclear rockets to Mars and nuclear-powered mining colonies on the planetary bodies. Included will be a review of US attempts to destroy the United Nations Outer Space and Moon Treaties as Obama in 2015 signed a new law giving US corporations the 'right' to make land claims for mining the sky in violation of those treaties. This will result in moving the war system into space as other...
The main objective of this Conference is to utilise this platform to discuss the contemporary issues and challenges in outer space pertinent to warfares with an analysis based on legal, political, economic as well as the scientific aspect in order to ensure peace and security in the international sphere.
More details: Conference page
Saturday 29th October, Noon – 2pm: Protest outside Newquay Airport St Mawgan, Newquay TR8 4RQ Meet at West Car Park entrance. Public transport details here. Car parking costs £5 for 2 hours. The first space launch from UK soil will take place sometime during the first two week of November with a ‘launch window’, granted by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) opening on October 29. While the launch is being presented as a step forward for the civil space industry – with Virgin’s commercial space ambitions being heavily promoted – the rocket will launch two military satellites (that we know...
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