Climate change is one of the greatest threats to health in the 21st century, making it urgent that we slash carbon emissions. The EPA's proposed rule to limit carbon emissions from new coal-fired power plants gives us an opportunity to do just that. Barbara Gottlieb, PSR's Director of Environment and Health, testified before the EPA, calling on them to pass a strong rule.Read more »
Our PSR chapter, their local coalition partners, and supporters around the world are celebrating a tremendous win. After months of delay and obstruction the Kansas City City Council voted to put our citizen's initiative on the ballot. In April 2013, voters will have a chance to raise their voices for peace and sanity. Our Kansas City chapter played a key role in this long and ground breaking battle. Power to the People!Read more to find out why this is important.
PSR/Kansas City is leading a coalition aimed at stopping the construction of a nuclear weapons parts plant in their community. The innovative organizing by PSR staff Ann Suellentrop, MSRN and Alicia Dressman is inspiring activists all over the nation and the world. As part of their campaign, they have collected thousands of signatures - enough to put this issue before the voters of Kansas City. Read more on this ballot initiative.
Kansas City Peace Planters, a coalition of local groups including PSR, has created an important site named "Foolish Investment" to educate concerned citizens on what is being done to oppose the nuclear weapons complex in their city.Read more »
Ann Suellentrop, MSRN and Alicia Dressman of Kansas City PSR, joining with other prominent KC activist groups like Peace Planters, have challenged the very core of the nuclear weapons complex in the United States - the facilities that make the bombs.More on Kansas City Nuclear Weapons Plant »
A letter to the editor from PSR member Dr. Joe Douglas.Source: Lawrence Journal-World
Greater Kansas City PSR's Ann Suellentrop, MSRN, was arrested during a protest of the Kansas City Nuclear Weapons Plant. Many other PSR members participated in the protest.Source: Kansas City Nursing News
PSR is among the groups that have been pushing Johnson & Johnson to remove toxic chemicals from its products.Source: NBC News
Make a difference in the challenge to confront global warming and prevent nuclear war and the development and use of nuclear weapons.
Ask Congress to support the SANE Act to save $100 billion in nuclear weapons spending over the next 10 years.
Tell your senators you want true health-protective chemical policy reform, not industry-driven proposals like the Vitter-Udall bill.