Video: Fracking with Your Health
Physicians for Social Responsibility aren’t fracking with your health. It’s time our energy sources did the same.
Webinar: Exposé on use in fracking of previously unknown, highly dangerous chemicals
PSR has released an important exposé documenting the use of previously unknown, highly dangerous chemicals in fracking. Watch our webinar on these groundbreaking findings.
Webinar: Fracking air pollution and Covid-19: Possible links?
Joint webinar from PSR and Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, examining the possible links between air pollution from oil and gas operations and greater susceptibility to Covid-19.
Webinar: Advancing Green Justice in Washington State
Learn how Washington PSR has placed environmental justice at the heart of its actions to fight climate change and promote clean, healthy renewable energy.
Webinar: Indoor Air Pollution from Your Gas Stove
More than a third of U.S. households cook our meals primarily with gas. Yet most of us don’t know that when we do, we may be harming our own health.
Webinar: Radioactive Fracking Wastewater: Chilling Threat to Health
A chilling investigative article in Rolling Stone magazine has found that wastewater from many oil and gas wells is dangerously radioactive.
Webinar: Fighting Climate Change Locally through Public-Private Partnerships: The 2030 District Network
Innovative public-private partnerships such as the 2030 District Network are doing important work to fight climate change with local communities and businesses.
Webinar: Messaging on the Climate Emergency
How do you talk about climate change without turning off your listener? Learn from guest speaker Meighen Speiser what the communications researchers advise about what to say and how to say it.
Webinar: Why We Must Protect Clean Air Act Authority in Climate Legislation
In this PSR webinar, hear from two experts in this field on why we must keep all our climate-fighting tools on the table and not preempt or limit current authorities to reduce the emissions that cause climate change.
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