Make a difference in the challenge to confront global warming and prevent nuclear war and the development and use of nuclear weapons.
Tell President Obama and the US DOT to stop oil trains carrying diluted tar sands and fracked shale oil from the Bakken formation—both are more toxic, more explosive, and more carbon-intensive than conventional crude.
This article examines the "climate gap" in the Southwest US (Arizona and New Mexico), referring to the "disproportionate and unequal implications of climate change and climate change mitigation" for "people of color and the poor."Source: Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability (Payment required)
In a project sponsored by PSR Arizona, PVHMS Advanced Art Students illustrated threats to human health due to the changing climate.
PSR fights for solid net metering for solar power in Arizona.Source: Arizona Public Media
Watch local news coverage of PSR Arizona's Citizen's Climate Guide from News 13 in Tucson.
A letter to the editor from Arizona PSR's Dr. Barbara Warren.Source: Arizona Daily Star
The Navajo Generating Station was supposed to improve the lives of the native people living in its shadow, but its only real legacy is the polluted skies over the American Southwest.Source: National Parks Magazine
A letter to the editor from PSR Arizona's Dr. Barbara Warren on how energy efficiency helps public health and saves money.Source: Arizona Daily Star
PSR members Drs. Raymond Graap and Schuyler Hilts wrote this op-ed for the anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings.Source: Arizona Daily Star
A radio interview with PSR Arizona's Dr. Barbara Warren and other local activists on the health impacts of coal pollution in Arizona.Source: KXCI
A letter to the editor on the need for action on climate change, by PSR Arizona's Timothy Lohman.Source: Arizona Daily Star
An op-ed by PSR Arizona's Drs. Raymond Graap and Schuyler Hilts.Source: Arizona Daily Star
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, September 20-21.
This article on fly ash from coal cites PSR's report "Coal Ash: The Toxic Threat to Our Health and Environment" on the health effects of coal ash.Source: CBN
PSR Board President Dr. Andy Kanter comments on emergency preparedness in natural disasters and the added risk from nuclear reactors.Source: Tucson Sentinal
An op-ed by PSR Arizona coordinator Dr. Barbara Warren.Source: Arizona Daily Star
A radio interview with PSR president Andy Kanter, MD, MPH on nuclear power.Source: WITF
PSR is among the groups that have been pushing Johnson & Johnson to remove toxic chemicals from its products.Source: NBC News
Three PSR Arizona members have served on the City of Tucson's Climate Change Advisory Committee over the past three years, representing Physicians for Social Responsibility as well as their academic and administrative roles.
A New York Times editorial links to a letter to the president signed by PSR and other groups, calling on the EPA to take action under the Clean Air Act to prevent disasters at chemical plants.Source: The New York Times