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PSR, together with PSR Colorado and four other Colorado environmental organizations, have filed suit against the federal government to stop a proposed trail on land found to be contaminated with plutonium.
Coverage of Chesapeake PSR’s visit to the Embassy of Sri Lanka, in The Daily FT.
Letter to the editor by Dr. Charles Jacob Mayer, Washington PSR in the Seattle Times.
Letter to the editor in The Seattle Times from Washington PSR Executive Director Max Savishinsky.
On hand for the announcement, special presenter Bill Nye said, “We could be facing catastrophe unless we better manage the technologies we’ve created. It’s time to act.”
Urge the CPSC to protect us from dangerous carbon monoxide leaks in our homes! Read our letter and sign-on today!
PSR Past President Dr. Ira Helfand co-authors this response to an article favoring nuclear deterrence.
PSR-Los Angeles is among this year’s semifinalists for its work to ensure that communities are healthy, safe, and equitable places to live, work, play, and learn.
The case, known as Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, threatens to greatly weaken the power of departments and agencies like Health and Human Services, Environmental Protection Agency, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and others to interpret laws passed by Congress.
Article in PLOS Global Public Health co-authored by Dr. Laalitha Surapaneni, PSR Board Member.