One trillion dollars

is being spent to modernize the nuclear arsenals of nine countries over the next 10 years.

This money

could instead be used to help end poverty, protect the climate, build global peace and achieve the sustainable development goals.

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move the nuclear weapons money to better purposes!

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Three Scottish cities adopt nuclear weapons divestment policies

[Cover photo: HMS Victorius in the Firth of Clyde]. Clyde Naval Base in Faslane, Scotland, is home-base for the UK nuclear weapons fleet (nuclear armed submarines). The Scottish parliament, government and the majority of Scottish people are opposed to this. Now a new...

Meet the nuclear weapons money counters – and how much they counted

Meet the key individuals and organisations who counted out $542 billion in nuclear weapons money during UN disarmament week (Oct 24-30), and symbolically reallocated this to climate protection, poverty alleviation and the Sustainable Development Goals. Most of the...