Make a difference in the challenge to confront global warming and prevent nuclear war and the development and use of nuclear weapons.
When natural gas and oil are extracted, methane -- a potent greenhouse gas -- leaks into the atmosphere from the wells, compressors, pipes and other infrastructure. Tell EPA to regulate methane now!
Tucson, ArizonaEarth Day Festival
PSR Arizona's Climate Smart Southwest will participate in Tucson's Earth Day Festival at Reid Park on April 18.
Tucson, ArizonaNuclear Weapons in Today's World: Risks, Stockpiles, Treaties, Strategies and Ongoing Agreements
Martin Fleck of PSR National is the speaker along with a short film presentation and panel discussion.
Tucson, ArizonaAn Energy Partnership: Climate Solution for Tucson?
Free, engaging discussion of climate solutions.
Tucson, ArizonaFilm Screening: "The Yes Men Are Revolting"
This film focuses on climate change and offers a hilarious satire of corporate apologists and climate change deniers.
Tucson, ArizonaPSR Arizona Dinner
PSR Arizona will host a special event for membership development and chapter activity updates. Reserve your seat now.
Tucson, ArizonaThe Heat Emergency Challenge: Adapting to Climate Change in Tucson
What happens if the temperature hits 115 degrees for over a week? How can we prepare for and help prevent medical emergencies in extreme heat events? Who’s at risk? Join us as we meet with neighborhood and civic leaders to explore these questions.
Tucson, ArizonaStop Global Warming: Policy Making and Public Action
Panel of Working Group leaders from PSR Arizona's "Climate Smart Southwest" planners. For PDA Tucson general membership meeting, Ward 6 City Council offices, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
Tucson, ArizonaIs Your Neighborhood Ready for Climate Change?
Speakers will include Donna Branch-Gilby of PSR's Climate Smart Southwest working group on Building Resilient Neighborhoods.
Tucson, ArizonaClimate Smart Southwest Followup Planning Meeting
Reports from on going Work Groups.
Tucson, ArizonaConference: Climate Smart Southwest
Build new and fortify existing cross-cultural, community, and governmental partnerships to educate and engage community action to address the anticipated public health impacts of climate change in the Southwest.
Tucson, ArizonaHeat Waves
PSR Arizona is sponsoring Dr. Eric Klinenberg, Sociology, NYU, who will speak on "Heat Waves" at the Unisource Building in Tucson.
Tucson, ArizonaStrategic Planning Workshop
PSR Arizona's next Board Meeting will be a Strategic Planning Workshop (and brief Board business meeting) to do strategic project and economic planning and evaluation for our chapter's future, led by Jeremy Carter who is an experienced grant writer and business planner for a large national organization.
Tucson, ArizonaArizona PSR Board Meeting
Join Arizona PSR for our January board meeting.
Tucson, ArizonaNational Plug-In Day Tucson
National Plug In Day is a nationwide observance drawing global attention to the environmental, economic, patriotic, and other benefits of plug-in electric vehicles through events staged in cities nationwide.
Tucson, ArizonaHiroshima Day
PSR/Arizona will host a general Southern Arizona membership Hiroshima Day gathering and political action event on August 5 at 4 PM at the home of Drs. Shapiro and Gordon in Tucson.
Tucson, ArizonaSocial and Economic Injustices of Coal and Uranium
PSR Arizona will co-sponsor a University of Arizona based workshop on Social and Economic Injustices of Coal and Uranium mining/processing on lands of indigenous peoples.
Tucson, ArizonaLunch Film Presentation: The Return of Navajo Boy
Join the Physicians for Social Responsibility & the Office of Outreach and Multicultural Affairs for a lunch film presentation ‘The Return of Navajo Boy’, a documentary on uranium contamination on the Navajo reservation. Featuring Navajo guest speaker Monica Yellowhair, PhD.
Tucson, ArizonaNuclear Power Risks: Rethinking Energy in Light of Tragedies in Japan
Join us for lunch at the U of AZ College of Medicine, Room 2117. What is our role as physicians in facing the tragic sequence of events that unfolded in Japan this past week? In addition to crisis response, we have a responsibility to act preventively for our populations' future. What options are there for Arizona? How and why should physicians be involved? Who can lead the efforts?