COP28: The world needs a transformational outcome, not more voluntary pledges
Letter to the COP28 presidency from PSR and 320 other organizations calling for an equitable global energy transition that phases out fossil fuels — the primary cause of the climate crisis.
Letter to EPA on “Once In Always In” Air Quality Policy
Letter to the U.S. EPA asking it to restore the Once-In Always-In policy, which was successful at improving air quality.
Letter: Environmental Groups Oppose FY24 Financial Services Appropriations Bill and Amendments
The League of Conservation Voters led 15 environmental organizations including PSR in sending a letter to the House of Representatives urging Members to oppose H.R. 4664.
Letter Opposing FSGG House Bill
Letter signed by PSR and partner groups opposing the Fiscal Year 2024 Financial Services and General Government (FSGG) appropriations bill and urging Members of Congress to reject it.
Letter to EPA on Ozone Standards
Letter to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency calling for ozone standards of 55-60 parts per billion.
Health Groups Letter on Government Funding
Letter signed by PSR and other health groups opposing proposed cuts in the FY2024 federal budget to the U.S. EPA and other climate and health programs.
Compendium of Scientific, Medical, and Media Findings Demonstrating Risks and Harms of Fracking and Associated Gas and Oil Infrastructure
The ninth edition of the fracking “Compendium,” a collection of some 2,000 abstracts of and links to medical, scientific and investigative reports about the consequences of oil and gas drilling, fracking, and infrastructure.
Comments to EPA on Strengthening Ozone Standards
Comments to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from PSR and other health groups, in support of strengthening standards in the planned review of ozone NAAQS (National Ambient Air Quality Standard).…
Fracking with “Forever Chemicals” in Pennsylvania
The new report from PSR 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.
Comments to NHTSA on Fuel Economy Standards
Comments from PSR and other health groups to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration urging the adoption of the most stringent possible fuel economy standards, citing potential reductions in air pollution and contributions to climate change that would benefit public health.