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…
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.
Joint International Health Statement for the 1st Meeting of States Parties of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
Joint statement from international health federations including International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, PSR’s international affiliate, ahead of the First Meeting of State Parties, taking place June 2022.
PSR Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program Legislation Tracker
Do you want to stay on top of nuclear weapons-related legislation moving through Congress but find it difficult to keep track of it all? Well, look no further! PSR’s Nuclear…
Webinar: What can the nuclear weapons abolition movement learn from other social justice movements?
The Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program at Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) presents the first event of our #DemandAccess campaign. The campaign centers around the idea that “For as long as…
Nuclear Weapons Community Cost Calculator
Each April, Dr. Bob Dodge, PSR-Los Angeles Board Member and co-founder of Citizens for Peaceful Resolutions, calculates the cost of nuclear weapons programs to our communities. See what the costs…
No First Use Fact Sheet
Fact sheet from PSR on the No First Use Act, introduced by Rep. Adam Smith and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, which would restrict the United States from using nuclear weapons except…
Legality of Nuclear Weapons
Some experts argue that nuclear weapons are already illegal under international law. Meanwhile, the United States—with 1,750 deployed nuclear weapons—and eight other nuclear-armed nations unequivocally consider them legal. Adopted in…