We are pleased to announce that Brian Campbell, PhD, has accepted the offer to serve as PSR’s next Executive Director, effective November 1, 2023.
As advocates for health and well-being, we call for immediate international attention and humanitarian intervention to ensure the swift delivery of essential supplies, including fuel and medicines, to Gaza.
The new report, by Physicians for Social Responsibility, details the risks from injecting PFAS into Pennsylvania’s oil and gas wells, as well as risks from the disposal of millions of tons of liquid and solid waste associated with the wells.
Letter from Pennsylvania health and environment groups to state officials urging a ban on the use of PFAS in fracking.
The violence in the region, coupled with Israel’s possession of a nuclear arsenal, presents a precarious situation with profound implications.
Physicians for Social Responsibility is deeply disappointed in the EPA’s decision to delay updating the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for Ozone.
Over 100 medical journals issued a resounding call for immediate action — drafted by IPPNW — to mitigate the escalating threat of nuclear war and accelerate the elimination of nuclear weapons.
PSR firmly opposes this transfer and the use of indiscriminate weapons by any country, regardless of combat circumstances. These weapons are inconsistent with public health and international law.
PSR recently launched a search for our next Executive Director. This is a unique opportunity to assume a leadership role in an organization with a 62-year history of working to abolish nuclear weapons and a 26-year history of working to protect human health from the grave threats of climate change.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released a set of proposed rules that would curb emissions of carbon pollution from new and existing coal and gas plants. Read our statement.
Op-ed in The Daily Barometer quoting Kamil Khan, executive director of Oregon PSR.
Op-ed by Orlando Bell, PSR Nuclear Weapons Abolition Intern, in Inkstick Media.
Article in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review quoting PSR Pennsylvania’s Christina Digiulio and Tammy Murphy.
WTAE Christina Digiulio, a certified thermographer working with the Pennsylvania chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility, will be bringing a gas imaging camera to Plum on Thursday to check homes…
Sheboygan Press article with photos from an event co-sponsored by PSR Wisconsin.
Associated Press article quoting PSR Pennsylvania’s Dr. Ned Ketyer.
Article in The Daily Californian on the late Daniel Ellsberg, formerly of PSR, and quoting SF Bay PSR’s Dr. Bob Gould.
This month, over 150 medical journals around the world–including prestigious publications such as The Lancet, British Medical Journal, New England Journal of Medicine, and JAMA–issued a rare joint editorial calling…
Op-ed in CommonWealth Magazine by GBPSR’s Philip Landrigan, MD; Sydney Engel; and Brita Lundberg, MD.
Win Without War interviewed PSR’s Jasmine Owens on intersectionality and the nuclear weapons abolition movement.