Nuclear Risks at the Ukrainian Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP)
The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, and one of the ten largest in the world. Since Russia first took over the ZNPP…
Climate and Health Curriculum Training
Erica Frank, MD, MPH, FAACME, and previous PSR board member and president, gave a wonderful presentation on climate and health curriculum to PSR’s Next-Generation Ambassadors.
Nuclear Famine: Even a “limited” nuclear war would cause abrupt climate disruption and global starvation
Even a “limited” nuclear war would cause abrupt climate disruption and global starvation.
Nuclear Famine Report: Key Takeaways
Infographic from PSR summarizing the new report on nuclear famine from a Rutgers University-led international team.
Webinar: Hydrogen Pipe Dreams
Gas companies are proposing to blend hydrogen with “natural” or “fracked” gas to burn in our furnaces and stoves. Watch our webinar to learn why this is a truly bad idea.
Essential Elements to Improve Disclosure of Chemicals Used in Oil and Gas Operations
The use of chemicals is an important and potentially dangerous part of oil and gas production. Some of the chemicals used in drilling, hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”), and other types of…
Chemical Makers’ Exemptions from Fracking Chemical Disclosure Rules
Chemical Manufacturers Know the Most About Fracking Chemical Contents but State Fracking Chemical Disclosure Laws Exempt the Manufacturers, Undermining the Public’s Right to Know In the sixteen leading oil- and…
Particulate Matter Letter to EPA
PSR joined 100 other organizations in sending a letter to EPA administrator Michael Regan calling for the agency to quickly set stronger National Ambient Air Quality Standards for fine particulate…
Hydrogen Pipe Dreams: Why Burning Hydrogen in Buildings Is Bad for Climate and Health
Blending hydrogen with methane (“natural”) gas in our gas stoves and furnaces is dangerous and would accelerate climate change. Read about six failings of hydrogen blending in our just-released report.…