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Guest Opinion by Oregon PSR Board President Susan Katz, MD.Source: The Oregonian
A local geologist examining existing knowledge of the seismic activity on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation and the Mid-Columbia basin has concluded that the earthquake standards set for the Northwest’s only commercial nuclear power plant are at least 300% lower than should be required.
Conservation, public health, and faith-based groups say federal inaction now requires the Governor to get tough on coal export plans on the Columbia River.
In the FDA’s response to the petition, to which Oregon PSR was signed on, the agency acknowledged that recent scientific reports on arsenic compounds in animal feed challenged previous assumptions of safety.
Oregon PSR honors the legacy of peace activist, scientist, and community organizer Dr. Charles M. (Charlie) Grossman
Energy Foundation will match your donation up to $8000 to our campaign to prevent coal exports through the Pacific Northwest.
Oregon PSR responds to news of Kinder Morgan decision to cease plans to site a coal export facility at Port Westward (St. Helens) in Columbia County, Oregon
Oregon PSR Environmental Health Working Group Chair Dr. Susan Katz discusses new research on obesogens, the class of chemicals that can promote obesity.Source: Huffington Post
Oregon and Washington PSR have commissioned the noted economist to study the true costs of the CGS nuclear power plant.