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Oregon PSR and partner organizations invite you to join us on Tuesday, August 9th for Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Creating a Nuclear-Free Future, our 2016 memorial of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.Read more
The City of Seattle has passed Resolution 31667 supporting clean and safe electricity production and opposing the use of fossil fuels and new nuclear energy.Read more
Congratulations to the 2016 Greenfield Peace Writing Scholarship Winners and thanks to keynote speaker, Dahr Jamail, and all who came out to celebrate these leaders for peace, justice and climate sanity.Read more
Read about some of the tremendous victories our programs are having in the Spring 2016 edition of The Folded Crane.Read more
Oregon PSR works to end the threat of nuclear weapons, educate about the health effects of war and encourage young people to consider their role in creating a peaceful future through our peace writing contest.More on Peace »
We are exposed to environmental toxicants every day; in our food, water, the air we breathe, and the personal care products we absorb through our skin. For some of these chemicals, such as lead and mercury, there is no known threshold of "safe" exposure, while for others we lack even basic information about risks of exposure.More on Environmental Health »
Current goals for the Washington and Oregon PSR Joint Nuclear Power Task Force include closing the Columbia Generating Station, the Northwest's only remaining nuclear power plant, and blocking construction of new nuclear power plants in our region.More on Nuclear Power »
The destabilization of Earth’s climate is a grave threat to human health. Advocating for a life-sustaining planet, Oregon PSR works for a rapid transition to a highly efficient, low-carbon society which will provide direct improvements to public health.More on Healthy Climate »
Washington state’s nuclear power plant — WPPSS 2 — is a relic of an energy plan begun in the 1960s and built with technology from the 1970s. It is an 8-Track tape player in an iPad world.Source: The Seattle Times
The City of Seattle has passed Resolution 31667 supporting clean and safe electricity production and opposing the use of fossil fuels and new nuclear energy.
Leaders from the City of Portland, Multnomah County and Columbia River tribes speak out in opposition to oil trains and the proposed oil terminal in Vancouver.Source: OPB
The Washington Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council (EFSEC) will bring its five-week process of evaluating the proposed Tesoro-Savage oil terminal in Vancouver to a close, and we need you to voice your opposition.
In 2004, the US military heavily bombed and assaulted the Iraqi city of Fallujah. Mustafa Abed, a young boy, was seriously injured by a US bomb and you can help support medical assistance for him.
Six years after the Affordable Care Act was signed into law, the US still provides the world’s most expensive healthcare with the poorest public health outcomes of any industrialized country
Join us on Tuesday, August 9th for the annual Portland-area memorial event on the anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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