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Nuclear Weapons Abolition
PSR's Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program amplifies the health professional voice to increase and broaden grassroots support for nuclear weapons abolition.
years left to avert the worst effects of climate change, according to the IPCC
Environment & Health
PSR's Environment and Health Program amplifies the voices of health professionals to advocate for strong action to avert catastrophic climate change and promote clean, healthy, safe energy.
Take Action to Stop Dangerous Climate Legislation
The House of Representatives’ H.R. 1 is the worst climate legislation we have seen in years. Please ask your representative to vote NO on H.R. 1 – today!
Thousands of pounds of “forever chemicals” have been injected into Texas oil and gas wells, study finds
PSR’s new Fracking with Forever Chemicals in Texas report resulted in proposed legislation calling for a state-sponsored study on PFAS use in fracking.
A Fond Farewell
My final day as PSR’s Executive Director was March 24th. In a few weeks I will begin a new professional chapter, as President and CEO of Clean Water Action and the Clean Water Fund.
PSR’s new project: Centering our humanity in the nuclear weapons abolition movement
PSR has joined up with other anti-nuclear and anti-racist organizations and experts for a new project called Notes from the Edge of Society that seeks to center the full spectrum of human impacts that nuclear weapons cause.
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PSR advocates on the issues you care about by addressing the dangers that threaten communities, using our medical and public health expertise to prevent nuclear war and proliferation, reverse our trajectory towards climate change, protect the public from the harms of fracking and expand clean, renewable energy.
First Year of the Russian War in Ukraine: Humanitarian Impacts
PSR report compiling the humanitarian impacts that the Russian War has had this past year in Ukraine.
The next IPPNW World Congress will take place in Mombasa, Kenya, April 26-30, 2023.
Cutting through the Chatter: Gender Matters in the Atomic Age
Mary Olson, founder and director of the Gender and Radiation Impact Project (GRIP), will speak on progress on nuclear weapons abolition and her work highlighting disparate impacts on female A-bomb survivors.