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If you are a health professional, add your name now to the letter to President Obama.
Portland, OregonRegistration Now Open for the 7th Annual Northwest Environmental Health Conference
The 7th annual conference brings health care professionals, researchers, students, citizens and advocates together to share the latest environmental health knowledge.
We are now accepting submissions from Oregon high school juniors and seniors for the 2015 Greenfield Peace Writing Scholarship. The deadline for submissions is March 16th, 2015.
Oregon PSR and Washington PSR have developed a position statement opposing the transport by rail and the storage and shipment of crude oil within our states
On February 11th, President Obama sent a new Authorization for the Use of Military Force to Congress that perpetuates the endless war of the past 13 years. Responding to violence with more violence is not the solution.
Health Professionals: Please sign on to our letter to the Oregon Legislature to advance sensible gun violence prevention.
The Lummi Nation has requested that the US Army Corps of Engineers deny a permit to build North America’s largest coal export terminal on the shores of Cherry Point because impacts to tribal fishing cannot be mitigated.
Portland, OregonStop Big Coal From Reversing Our Victory
A coal export victory you helped secure is at risk. Big Coal and their allies have pressured the Oregon Transportation Commission to re-vote on a grant to use public money to build a coal export dock on the Columbia River.
Portland, OregonStop the Portland Propane Terminal
Pembina Pipeline Corporation wants to bring explosive liquid propane by rail to Portland for export from our port on the Columbia River. Please join Oregon PSR and our coalition partners for a rally and public hearing on this proposal.
The planning committee for the 7th Annual Northwest Environmental Health Conference (April 17th in Portland) is now accepting abstracts for presentations addressing current and emerging issues in the field of environmental health.
Portland, OregonClimate Risk: What It Means for Oregon's Health Care Sectors
How can we understand, reduce and mitigate the risks that a changing climate poses to health and health care delivery in Oregon? It's a question essential to the future of the public and private health care sectors.