Denver Cinco de Mayo Festival

May 2, 2024

PSR Colorado will have a booth at the Denver Cinco de Mayo Festival. Stop by for a visit or sign up to help out.

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Recap of NLIHC’s Housing Policy Forum 2024 Featuring Tenant Organizers, House Representatives, Thought Leaders, and Others!

April 1, 2024
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National Low Income Housing Coalition piece quoting Edgar Barraza, energy equity policy coordinator at PSR-Los Angeles.

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Gas-powered building equipment fuels poses serious public health risks

March 28, 2024

Article in the Oregon Capital Chronicle citing Oregon PSR’s new report on indoor air pollution.

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Building Decarbonization Policy Must Center Housing and Health Equity

December 26, 2023

Clean Technica article quoting PSR-Los Angeles’ Edgar Barrazza.

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Environment & Health moves the needle on energy policy!

December 14, 2023
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In 2023, the PSR Environment & Health team’s strategic highlighting of the health effects of energy choices helped to change policies across the nation.

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Groups urge WA to warn about gas-burning health effects

December 4, 2023

Public News Service article quoting Washington PSR’s Dr. Mark Vossler.

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Climate Change and Health Webinar

November 27, 2023

PSR Maine hosts this webinar on the health and climate benefit of pollution-free homes, available incentives, and public messaging.

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Hydrogen for heating is gaining steam. Is it safe?

November 20, 2023

E&E News article quoting PSR’s Barbara Gottlieb.

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Neighbor to Neighbor: Green Home Improvement

November 7, 2023

PSR New York’s Dr. Barton Schoenfeld, MD, FACC will be speaking on indoor air benefits and why not to burn fossil fuels indoors.

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Commercial Induction Cooking Workshop – CHECK Program

September 21, 2023

Are you interested in decarbonizing your building by converting your commercial kitchen to induction cooking equipment? If so, join PSR Pennsylvania at this free in-person workshop!

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