Technology and Engineering Teacher
The article presents information on conventional weaponry and threats posed by it for the environment. Weapons consist of chemical, biological, depleted uranium, landmines, nuclear, jet fighters, and even the conventional lead bullets. It is stated that the manufacturing of biodegradable weapons that don't pollute the environment must be promoted, as they also strengthen the laws which ban the use of toxic and other chemical weapons. A table on correlation with standards for technological literacy, is also presented.
Original Publication Citation
Katsioloudis, P. J., & Jones, M. V. (2011). Rethinking the development of weapons and their impact. Technology and Engineering Teacher, 71(3), 12-17.
Katsioloudis, Petros J. and Jones, Mildred V., "Rethinking the Development of Weapons and Their Impact" (2011). STEMPS Faculty Publications. 196.