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Chernobyl Fukushima

30 Years Living with Chernobyl, 5 Years Living with Fukushima

This report, co-released by PSR and International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, provides detailed and sobering updates of these two sentinel events.


Selling Our Health Down the River

This report documents the need to control the amount of toxic pollutants such as arsenic, mercury, selenium, and nitrogen that coal-fired power plants can discharge into streams and rivers.

Body Count

Body Count

A comprehensive account of the vast human toll of the “Wars on Terror” conducted in the name of the American people since September 11, 2001.

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Nuclear Famine: Two Billion People at Risk?

The climatic effects of a “limited” nuclear war between Pakistan and India would cut crop production worldwide, putting up to 2 billion people at risk of starvation.

Morgan Is A STAR 2!

Nuclear Power and Public Health: Lessons from Fukushima, Still Dangerously Unprepared

The United States is still unprepared to react to a disaster on a similar scale to the Fukushima crisis.


Niños Seguros y Sanos: Safe and Healthy Children

This one-year pilot program aimed to develop culturally and linguistically appropriate training resource guide on environmental health for staff of Migrant and Seasonal Head Start and the Migrant and Seasonal Health Clinics.


The Clean Air Act: A Proven Tool for Healthy Air

This report highlights the serious, sometimes fatal damage that air pollution inflicts on human health, and how the Clean Air Act has been successful in reducing pollution.

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The Lessons of Fukushima and Chernobyl Briefing Book

PSR provides this Briefing Book to help educate the public, the press and policymakers of the public health issues regarding nuclear reactor accidents in light of the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster as well as the March 2011 Fukushima Daiichi disaster.


Coal Ash: The Toxic Threat to Our Health and Environment

Coal ash contains a range of toxic constituents that are known to leach, leak, or spill out of coal ash disposal sites and adversely affect human and environmental health.

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Zero Is the Only Option

Briefing paper on the global climate and health effects of nuclear war, published by IPPNW and authored by PSR’s Drs. Vic Sidel and Ira Helfand.