Shifting the Paradigm: Time to Replace Article IV of the Non-Proliferation Treaty with Universal Membership in the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

by Alice Slater While the world applauds the growing recognition that the abolition of nuclear weapons seems to be an idea whose time has finally  come—from the calls by rusty cold warriors and former statesmen and generals to eliminate nuclear weapons—to the recent...

A Global Push for Renewable Energy

With 142 member nations already signed on, the new International Renewable Energy Agency is promoting a fast, global transition to clean, safe, and renewable energy.by Alice Slater original article in YES Magazine Since 1995, when more than 170 nations voted to extend...

Countries Not Yet Signatory States of IRENA

PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES IN IRENA (137 nations) http://www.irena.org/downloads/Foundconf/Signatory_States_20091006.pdf COUNTRIES NOT YET SIGNATORY STATES OF IRENA, 11/09 (55 nations) Andorra Bahamas Barbados Belgium Belize Bhutan Bolivia Botswana Brazil Burma Burundi...

The Siamese Twins

A paper for the session on “What’s the connection between nuclear power and nuclear weapons? “ at the No Nukes Teach-In, Earth Sciences Building, University of Toronto, 14 March 2009. Presented again at Voice of Women’s Conference 25 April 2009, Friends House, Lowther...