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In 2009 President Obama declared that America seeks the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons. Ask him to visit Hiroshima and recommit to that vision.
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The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) is conducting a stakeholder process to consider strengthening emission limits for sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide from coal-fired power plants. MDE has put forth background presentations suggesting that current limits are not stringent enough to provide adequate protections to public health. Chesapeake PSR has been participating in this stakeholder process and has provided comments to the MDE on public health issues caused by these poorly control coal-fired power plants. It has written the Governor asking him to take action on coal-fired power plants, submitted comments to MDE supporting preliminary draft regulations regulating NOx pollution, written the Governor's Chief of Staff, John Griffin, asking the O'Malley Administration to support tough new proposals on NOx emissions, and held various training and networking events to build support for these efforts.More information »
What do you say about an obscure federal agency that is paid in full by the industry that funds it, then hardly regulates at all? Read up about the FERC, then sign our petition!
The free trade "Trans-Pacific Partnership" would empower oil and gas corporations to preempt U.S. laws and increase our reliance on fossil fuels. Take action now to be sure Congress rejects this anti-climate, anti-democratic pact.
For this webinar, PSR's Dr. Alan Lockwood presented an overview of the life cycle of coal and the impact on air, water, climate change, and our economy. Read more »
Chesapeake Bay Area PSR's Drs. Cindy Parker and Gwen DuBois provided testimony on the health benefits a proposed offshore wind bill compared to fossil fuels and nuclear power. Read more »