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Interview with Dr. Mark Vossler, Washington PSR | Green Dreamer

Dr. Mark Vossler (@vosslerm1) is a full-time cardiologist in Seattle, Washington and serves as the President of the Washington chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility (@psr_washington). As the President of the Washington PSR chapter, Mark regularly visits Washington, D.C. to talk with the U.S. Congress about climate policy.

In this podcast episode, Mark sheds light on how our nuclear arms race is tied to climate change and social inequity; how environmental injustice plays out within the field of medicine and healthcare; and more.

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