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Portland, MainePSR Maine Annual Dinner 2013
Join PSR Maine for our annual dinner, featuring Senator Angus S. King speaking on Maine and the global environment.
Augusta, MaineMaine Public Health Association 28th Annual Meeting
PSR Maine BOD member Lisa Belanger, FNP and Karen D’Andrea will be presenting "A Toxics Conundrum" during the morning session.
Falmouth, MaineDr. Wendy Ring's Presentation on Climate Change
Dr. Wendy Ring, a 27-year PSR member, is doing a bike tour across the country to raise awareness around the health effects of climate change.
Portland, MaineHiroshima Day
A commemoration of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings.
Portland, MainePeace Fair
PSR/Maine will be tabling at this event.
Blue Hill, MaineScreening: Doctors of the Dark Side
Doctors of the Dark Side will be screened with discussion to follow.
Portland, MaineToxic Tea
Join moms from the Maternal & Child Health Program, City of Portland, for organic teas and sweets and a presentation about toxics in everyday products.
Augusta, MaineLove Me Rally
Join PSR Maine and the Alliance for a Clean & Healthy Maine at the state capitol on Valentine's Day for a fun event to get serious about getting toxic BPA out of kids' canned foods.
Colonel Richard Klass (USAF, ret.) of the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation and Dr. Ira Helfand, board member and past president of Physicians for Social Responsibility, will provide medical and military perspectives on nuclear arms security policy. Their talks will follow progress of the New START treaty and the next steps for issues that include curbing the threat of nuclear terrorism, future treaties and funding for national nuclear security administration.