SCIENCE PEOPLE & POLITICS
ISSN: 1751598x (Online and available as pdf, html or print), scientifically literate humanities

July 3, 2019. Lausanne, Switzerland.
IPCC Chair tells world science journalists there is a gap between science findings and political response on climate change.

Next issue 31 JULY, 2019. The world's whales. (DELAYED. WILL BE PUBLISHED COVERING April-June.)
Iss 3,30 Sept., 2019. The Fungarium at Kew Gardens. | Iss 4,20 Dec., 2019. Inter Governmental Organisations.

Iss 1, 2018. PUGWASH: A 20th century fight to save the world from nuclear Armageddon, and
An examination of the effectiveness of legal instruments impacting food security and genetic diversity.

31ST MARCH, 2019: BREXIT EDITORIAL

20 December, 2018. Iss 4, 2018, Now available. SI revised and international security.

Iss 3, 2018 (July-Sept.) 2018.

Iss 2, 2018, (Apr.-June). PATENTS AND SCIENCE [Ceric oxide and exhaust gas purification].

ISSUE FOUR of Volume VIII (2017) Antarctica in the geopolitics of mid 1989
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ISSUE THREE of V VIII (2017)
Gravitational waves | ethics
Pythagorean Theory

ISSUE TWO if V VIII (2017) Jan Zalasiewicz writes of transition from Holocene
WHO 10-yr review |
medical devices

ISSUE ONE of V VIII (2017) CRISPR-cas, Zika, Energy
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Volume VII (2016):

October - December 2016 HTML | PDF
The anthropocene

July - September 2016
The Iraq War Inquiry

April - June 2016
Sterling mid 20th Century
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New antibiotic research

January - March 2016
Iran at ballot box
in compliance with civilian nuclear future


Volume VI (2015):

Oct - Dec., 2015
COP21 Paris Agreement

July - Sept., 2015
From Nootka to ATS

April - June, 2015
Emerging technology

January - March, 2015
Ukraine and power

planet earth

Planet Earth (1)


solar chromosphere

Solar chromosphere (2)

OUR EARTH

PICTURE CREDITS:1. NASA. 2. JAXA/NASA. 3. NASA. 4.NASA.
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ARCTIC FUTURES 2014 By Dr Alun Anderson
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Book Reviews in V I 2005-2008


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