The result of the Copenhagen Climate Conference caused great disappointment and much worry in a large part of public opinion. In its fourth report, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) provided the figures indicating the CO2 emission reduction that must be achieved in order to stop a dangerous climate trend. This conference ended with.. read more →

Reflections: Interface “Machines-men” and management Jean GAY – June, 2009 Interface “Men Machines”, reliability and management read more →

16 Apr 2010
April 16, 2010

Energy, Climate, and Social Needs

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Frederico Carvalho, Vice president of the Executive council of WFSW Prediction is very difficult, especially if it’s about the future. read more →

Whereas the Executive Council of WFSW urgently seeks a global agreement to free the world from nuclear arms, and other lethal conventional and non-conventional weapons, and to free humanity from the threat of annihilation; read more →

13 Feb 2009
February 13, 2009

Heading for Disaster

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Science and the research profession in a crisis-ridden global world, par Frederico G. Carvalho, OTC – Organização dos Trabalhadores Científicos, Lisboa, Portugal read more →

13 Feb 2009
February 13, 2009

Youth and Science

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Youth and Science by Alexandar Celebic Eurodoc (Montenegro) read more →

Claus Montonen, INES (International Network of Engineers and Scientists for global responsibility), Department of Physics, University of Helsinki. read more →

13 Feb 2009
February 13, 2009

On the status of russian scientists

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By A.G.Demchenko and A.A.Samokhin, Trade Union of Russian Academy of Sciencies read more →

An overview of some major problems the young scientists are facing read more →

07 Feb 2009
February 7, 2009

World Forum Science and Democracy

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Belem, 2009, January 26,27 What do we want? By André Jaeglé , President of the WFSW. Contribution to the World Forum Science and Democracy, Belem, Brasil read more →