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Drawing on peer-reviewed scientific and medical research, Dr. Lockwood meticulously details the symptoms of climate change and their medical side effects.
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As crude oil gushes into the Gulf at an alarming rate, cleanup efforts are lagging behind. The ecosystems, economies, and health of the population of the Gulf Coast region are being threatened by this disaster. It is time to take a stand against our dependence on fossil fuels. Write a letter to your local representatives or to President Obama and urge them to pursue legislation that will put us on track to a cleaner energy future!
Keep Pinellas Beautiful
Pre-register for Coastal Cleanups in Pinellas County, Florida.
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Audubon Letter Writing Campaign
Write a letter to your representative asking them to support the placement of a Constitutional nearshore drilling ban on the Florida November ballot.
Sierra Club Letter Writing Campaign
Write a message to President Obama to let him know that it is high time that we created a clean energy future that moves us away from oil dependency.
Gulf Oil Spill Fund
The Gulf Coast Oil Spill Fund will make emergency grants to nonprofit organizations helping the victims of the oil spill and address long-term economic, environmental, cultural effects of the disaster.
Oil Spill Map
Go to www.oilspill.labucketbrigade.org and report anything you see firsthand regarding the oil spill or any news reports, Twitter feeds, blogs, etc. You can also text the information to (504) 272-7645, e-mail it to email@example.com or use Twitter by messaging #BPspillmap
Presentation by Florida PSR's Dr. Yolanda Whyte for a Congressional Black Caucus briefing on the health effects of coal ash and ozone. Read more »
Yolanda Whyte, MD, a Board member of PSR Florida. These are her comments before an EPA hearing on water pollution from coal plants on July 9, 2013. Read more »