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  • PSR Iowa Holds Its Own EPA Public Hearing on Carbon Rule

    This summer, the EPA held public hearings on its proposed standards for carbon pollution from power plants. However, no hearings were held in Iowa, a particularly coal-intensive state relative to its low population. Without skipping a beat, PSR leader Maureen McCue and Iowa PSR set up their own well-attended public hearing in Iowa City to make sure the voices of their community were heard.

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  • Some good news from the Mideast! All of Syria’s Chem Weapons Safely Removed

    PSR seeks diplomatic rather than military solutions, and here's a success story. After a nine-month, nonviolent, international effort, officials removed the last remnants of Syria’s declared chemical weapons arsenal to a U.S. ship at sea on June 23. This was a major victory for the 1992 Chemical Weapons Convention, even more impressive given the current internal conflict in Syria.

  • Stop Nuclear Weapons Before They Stop Us

    Please sign onto PSR's first-ever MoveOn petition, calling on President Obama and the State Department to take action for nuclear disarmament. President Obama pledged "to seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons." Help PSR convince him to back up words with action. Our MoveOn petition asks the Obama administration to constructively participate in a historic international summit on nuclear weapons this December.

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  • A Victory for Public Health and for Our Climate!

    On August 18th, the Oregon Department of State Lands denied a key permit to Ambre Energy, the corporation that proposes to export over 8 million tons of coal each year by transporting it through Oregon and the Columbia Gorge. Oregon PSR and many activists helped score a big win for the health and safety of all Oregonians, the Columbia River, and for our planet's climate.

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Nuclear Weapons

Join our campaign! 124 nations favor banning nuclear weapons based on their humanitarian impact. If you agree, please sign PSR's MoveOn petition to President Obama and the State Dept.

Environment and Health

This summer, PSR is building support for the EPA’s proposed rule to reduce carbon pollution from power plants by 30 percent. For further information on this exciting opportunity, and to draft your comment to the EPA, read more.

Safe Energy

The Safe Energy program focuses on protecting public health, taxpayer dollars, and national security by preventing the construction of expensive, dirty, and dangerous new nuclear reactors.

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  • September 20, 2014

    New York City, New York

    Climate Change, Health, and Positive Action

    Join PSR leaders for a high-powered panel presentation on the health impacts of climate change--and what we can do to convert to a fossil-free energy system.

  • September 21, 2014

    New York City, New York

    People's Climate March

    Join PSR at the largest climate march in history.

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