Publications

These short reports extend SGR's previous research on the financial links between fossil fuel corporations and professional engineering and science organisations. 

May 2022

 

Responsible Science no.4 cover

Special 30th anniversary edition! Features cover: new era of activist science; growing nuclear weapons threat; mirage of zero emissions flying; energy conservation for peace; fair consumption space; UK military R&D; and much more!

The journal comes with membership of SGR and keeps you up-to-date with our activities.

April 2022

Tech paper cover

This short technical paper analyses official data sets on UK military carbon emissions. It finds major discrepancies, and that headline figures considerably understate core emissions – by 36% to 71%.

January 2022

Responsible Science no.3 cover

Responsible Science is SGR's journal in which we explore some of the biggest ethical issues in science and technology today. Features cover: just and sustainable recovery from COVID-19 crisis; overconsumption and climate change; new weapons technologies; geoengineering; nuclear power; killer robots; and much more!

The journal comes with membership of SGR and keeps you up-to-date with our activities.

August 2021

EU military carbon report cover

Militaries are high consumers of fossil fuels – and yet they are frequently exempt from publicly reporting their carbon emissions. This report examines the size of the military carbon footprint in the EU.

Stuart Parkinson and Linsey Cottrell

February 2021

UK military environmental impacts - report cover

This report assesses the key environmental impacts of the UK military, arms industry and related sectors - including an estimate of their carbon footprint. Jointly published with Declassified UK.

Stuart Parkinson

May 2020

Responsible Science no 2

Responsible Science is SGR's new journal in which we explore some of the biggest ethical challenges facing science and technology today. Features cover: climate tipping points; scientific responsibility during the climate emergency; arms exports; military carbon emissions; environmental behaviour change; nuclear arms control; and much more!

It comes with membership of SGR and keeps you up-to-date with what we’re doing.

March 2020

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This briefing examines the importance of behaviour change across society to help tackle the climate crisis, and the potential of scientists and engineers to act as role models for such change.

Andrew Simms with Stuart Parkinson

November 2019

Irresponsible Science?

This report reveals how fossil fuel and arms corporations are financing professional engineering and science organisations and explores the range of problematic issues that result.

Stuart Parkinson and Philip Wood

October 2019

 

Responsible science journal no.1

Responsible Science is SGR's new journal in which we explore some of the biggest ethical challenges facing science and technology today. Features cover: risks of AI; climate change impacts; robotic weapons; sustainable transport; UK nuclear weapons; plastic pollution; and much more!

It comes with membership of SGR and keeps you up-to-date with what we’re doing.

February 2019