Feb. 2010. Bill Gates unveils his vision for the world's energy future, describing the need for "miracles" to avoid planetary catastrophe and explaining why he's backing a dramatically different type of nuclear reactor. The necessary goal? Zero carbon emissions globally by 2050. [site] 27.49 min.
The Peace Doves - There are plenty of weapons left in the world since the 1992 treaty committing nuclear states to disarmament. The peace doves have come from outer space to assist you in your mission - to disarm the 8 states that still have nuclear weapons.
Learn About Nuclear Weapons - This site was created by the The Swedish Physicians against Nuclear Weapons and the Swedish Peace and Arbitration Society. Educators, be sure to check out the For Teachers link along the top menu bar.
Proliferation Status 2005 - From Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, this map shows the status of nuclear proliferation in 2005. In addition, chemical and biological weapons and long-range missiles are displayed.
Nuclear Weapon Status 2005 - From the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, this map of nuclear weapons distribution illustrates the differences between states with weapons pre-NPT, those that developed post-NPT and suspected clandestine operations.
PBS: Tracking Nuclear Proliferation - Review this very through and up-to-date report, as well as view all of the related topics linked on the right hand side: International Diplomacy, Verifying and Monitoring States, Dismantling an Atomic State, International Treaties, Nuclear Glossary, Types of Nuclear Bombs and Country Profiles.
Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons - The Nobel Prize site offers this backgrounder of the history of nuclear proliferation and the treaties that have been signed by various countries to further the cause of disarmament.