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Thousands of pounds of “forever chemicals” have been injected into Texas oil and gas wells, study finds
Article in the Texas Tribune citing PSR’s Fracking with Forever Chemicals in Texas report.
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 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.
PSR Arizona continues its long history of fighting fossil fuels with their work to prevent the expansion of Southwest Gas as a utility.
PSR’s Nuclear Weapons Abolition program tracks key nuclear weapons-related legislation introduced in Congress, with weekly updates and other relevant information.
The just-released report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change offers bad news: We are likely to hit a world average temperature increase of 1.5 degrees Celsius in about 10 years.
The U.S. EPA is currently revising its air quality standards for PM pollution. However, the ceiling they are proposing for fine particulates is too high to adequately protect human health.
H. Res. 77 calls on the U.S. government to take common sense steps toward total worldwide elimination of nuclear weapons.
Join us as we celebrate the women leaders of PSR who continue to mobilize on issues that impact human health and survival.
Op-ed by PSR Board Member Dr. Linda Rudolph in Capitol Weekly.