Physicians for Social Responsibility issued the following statement applauding the Biden Administration’s proposed new rule for reducing methane pollution from oil and gas operations and calling for further measures.
While there are many facets to the reconciliation bill, the most critical is that it is one of our best chances to address climate change in a significant way.
New report from Physicians for Social Responsibility indicates PFAS use in fracking in more than 1,200 wells in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming between 2012 and 2020.
PSR is excited to welcome two new national staff members to our national staff: Mari Faines as Director of Communications and Outreach; and LaTisha Henderson as Direct Mail and Membership Manager.
Statement by Jeff Carter, PSR Executive Director “On April 15, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Representative Adam Smith reintroduced a simple, but profoundly important piece of legislation that, if passed, would…
Michael Regan, new Administrator of the U.S. EPA, will place science and justice at the heart of environmental protection. We look forward to working with him and, under his leadership,…
For the second time in recent months, we at PSR are mourning the passing of one of our founders with the loss of Dr. Bernard Lown. We extend our sincere…
This new report from PSR found higher rates of COVID-19 cases in some New Mexico and Colorado counties with high levels of oil and gas drilling.
As Joe Biden prepared to assume the presidency this week, a coalition filed a lawsuit to overturn the Trump administration’s sale of more than 1 million acres of public lands in the American West for fracking.
This treaty changes the legal status of nuclear weapons in international law, and marks a historic milestone for a decades-long, intergenerational movement to abolish nuclear weapons.
Op-ed by Dr. Robert Gould of San Francisco Bay Area PSR in the San Francisco Chronicle on the health impacts of gas stoves.
This KNKX Public Radio article features health tips from Washington PSR’s Dr. Annemarie Dooley.
Op-ed in Pinal Central from PSR Arizona’s Dr. Eve Shapiro.
PSR’s Barbara Gottlieb is quoted on the health impacts of gas stove pollution in this Changing America article.
Salem News article quoting Greater Boston PSR Board Chair Dr. Brita Lundberg.
EarthJustice press release quoting David Spence, MD, board president of PSR Arizona.
LAist article quoting Maro Kakoussian, climate justice manager at PSR-Los Angeles.
Earth Island Journal article quoting PSR San Francisco Bay PSR President Dr. Robert M. Gould.
Op-ed in The Progressive by Alfred Meyer, PSR Board Member.
Inside Climate News article quoting Andee Krasner of Greater Boston PSR.