fracking & methane

We Regulate a Tiny Fraction of the 12,000 ‘Forever Chemicals.’ There’s a Better Way.

May 3, 2024

The New York Times article citing PSR’s “Fracking with ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Texas” report.

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Air Pollution and Human Health

May 2, 2024

Texas PSR presents Drs. Poune Saberi and Folashade Afolabi on air quality indoors and outdoors, vulnerable populations, and pollution sources in Texas.

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Green hydrogen: A climate change solution or fossil fuel bait and switch?

April 29, 2024

WHYY article quoting PSR Pennsylvania’s Christina DiGiulio.

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Tell Congress: Defend the Arctic!

April 25, 2024

The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is no place for the oil and gas industry’s greed. Tell your Representative: vote NO on H.R. 6285!

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On the Chopping Block: California’s Climate Program for Low-Income Housing

April 17, 2024

Article in The American Prospect quoting PSR-Los Angeles’ Alex Jasset.

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Hold oil and gas companies accountable

April 1, 2024
Cows near a fracking site

Letter to the editor in the Observer-Reporter by Katherine Crowe, PhD, PSR Pennsylvania Board Member.

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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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Governor Gavin Newsom and Former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger Show Bipartisan Support to KEEP THE LAW Protecting Neighborhoods from Toxic Drilling

March 27, 2024

StreetInsider article quoting PSR-Los Angeles’ Martha Dina Argüello.

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“Forever Chemicals” in West Virginia Gas Wells

March 27, 2024

PSR’s newest report on the use of “forever chemicals” — PFAS, or Per- and Polyfluorinated Substances — used in fracking and drilling for oil and gas, focusing on West Virginia.

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Fracking with ‘Forever Chemicals’ in West Virginia: A New Report from Physicians for Social Responsibility

March 26, 2024

Webinar on PSR’s new report, covering the report findings and how residents could be exposed to PFAS. We’ll also look at what steps West Virginians can take to protect themselves.

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