Op-ed in Inkstick by Jasmine Owens, Associate Director, PSR Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program
Letter to the editor in The Washington Post by PSR Board Member Gwen DuBois, MD, MPH.
Op-ed in Responsible Statecraft by Jasmine Owens, Associate Director, PSR Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program.
Op-ed in Outrider by Jasmine Owens, Associate Director, PSR Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program.
Op-ed in Harvard Public Health by PSR Board Member Laalitha Surapaneni, MD, MPH.
Article in People’s World quoting PSR Board Member Tova Fuller, MD, PhD.
WHYY article quoting Linnea Bond of PSR Pennsylvania.
Baltimore Sun op-ed co-authored by Vennela Avula, PSR Next Gen Climate Ambassador and medical student.
Democracy Now! interview with PSR Board Member Dr. Ira Helfand.
Coverage in Environmental Health News of PFAS research by PSR’s Dusty Horwitt.
PSR celebrates President Biden’s signing of the Inflation Reduction Act, making it the law of the land and solidifying the nation’s largest investment ever to address the climate crisis.
The report from Dr. Lili Xia, Dr. Alan Robock and their colleagues confirms our worst fears about the health consequences of nuclear weapons.
Physicians for Social Responsibility is excited to support congressional climate action through the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.
We cannot support thriving communities while subscribing to a “national security” system that robs communities of resources and at the same time puts their very existence at risk.
Our new report shows that in the 16 leading oil- and gas-producing states, chemical manufacturers are not required to disclose what fracking chemicals they use.
Today the Supreme Court drastically weakened the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ability to regulate climate crisis-causing greenhouse gas emissions.
PSR stands with the countless public health leaders and organizations who are warning of the serious and inequitable health harms to come as a result of this decision.
New report from Physicians for Social Responsibility finds health, safety and climate risks from piping hydrogen into homes for heating and cooking.
A major new report finds that recent national and global efforts to increase oil and gas production and liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports have dire impacts on public health and the climate.
The alarmingly acute and growing danger of nuclear escalation must be reversed and nuclear war prevented by the urgent elimination of nuclear weapons.