The MIT Global Zero chapter and its supporters believe that to protect our children, our grandchildren, and our civilization from the threat of nuclear catastrophe, we must eliminate all nuclear weapons. We are committed to working towards a legally binding, verifiable agreement for all nations to reduce and finally eliminate all nuclear weapons.

MIT GZ will be hosting information sessions (dinner included!) such as Nuclear Bombs 101 and working with our political leaders (like passing the CTBT), along with a variety of dinners and special movie nights to bring this issue to the MIT campus. If you want to make a global difference this is the organization for you!

Click here for more information about Global Zero.


Classes

Film Screening: Countdown to Zero, followed by Q&A

Moderator TBD
Thursday, September 25
6:00-7:30pm
4-163 - click here for map
Refreshments will be served!

Why Nuclear Weapons Still Matter:
Conventional War and Nuclear Escalation

Wednesday, October 1
6:00-7:30pm
Location: TBD

Speaker

Keir Lieber, Associate Professor
Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service &
Department of Government, Georgetown University
Refreshments will be served!

We would like to welcome the in-coming president of GZ, Mareena Robinson! To read about Mareena and what brought her to MIT and nuclear science, please go to this MIT News Office story

CONTACT US or SIGN UP FOR OUR MAILING LIST: globalzeromit@gmail.commailto:globalzeromit@gmail.com?subject=MIT%20Global%20Zeromailto:mitglobalzero-www@mit.edu?subject=MIT%20Global%20Zeroshapeimage_2_link_0

CLASSES AND EVENTS

Nuclear News: What’s Being Said and Done

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Want to take a class on nuclear non-proliferation? MIT has a lot of great choices this semester. Check them out HERE!

Check back for the fall date for the screening of "Countdown to Zero"

Thursday, September 25 at 6pm in Room 4-163

Refreshments will be served!