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Call on Congress to give the same tax benefits to clean, healthy, renewable wind energy that they do to dirty fossil and nuclear fuels.
The nuclear weapons danger is real and growing--nuclear terrorism, nuclear proliferation, and the thousands of weapons still on hair-trigger alert in the United States and Russia put the planet at risk. Student PSR seeks to minimize this danger through global disarmament and steps toward zero nuclear weapons.
Please take a look at our project ideas page for inspiration.
Since the horrific use of chemical weapons (CW) in Syria in August, great progress in destroying CW stockpiles has occurred by utilizing the mechanisms afforded by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), and avoiding the threatened escalation of the military conflict by the U.S. and its allies.
Radio interview with PSR Board Member Dr. Andy Kanter, discussing the humanitarian consequences of nuclear war.Source: WHQR
An op-ed by PSR Los Angeles board member Dr. Robert Dodge.Source: Huntington News
Steps to Zero - Grand Rounds (for Health Professional Audiences)
This PowerPoint presentation focuses on the current dangers presented by nuclear weapons--and the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons and steps our nation can take to make that vision a reality. Read more »
In 2012, PSR released a report describing conclusions based on new climate and agriculture studies of the impact from a limited nuclear war in South Asia. This handout provides a synopsis of the highlights of the report and can be used as a flyer for presentations and events focused on this study. Read more »
As the badly damaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear reactor site continues to release radioactivity into the environment, in late October 2013 UNSCEAR -- the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation -- will present to the UN General Assembly a summary of it’s upcoming report on the "Levels and Effects of Radiation Exposure Due to the Nuclear Accident after the 2011 Great East-Japan Earthquake and Tsunami." Read more »
This work of journalistic investigation closely examines the dangers of the nuclear age by highlighting how mistakes and misinterpretation nearly caused nuclear detonation during the cold war. Read more »
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This week, people from around the world will be calling on world governments to abolish nuclear weapons. Help us push President Obama to take up this cause as a priority for his administration.
Make a phone call today to stop $10 billion in dangerous spending.
PSR tabling materials for outreach at students and informational fairs Read more »
Dr. Helfand spoke in September, 2010 to an audience of University students and professors on the medical consequences of nuclear weapons and the urgent need for the United States of America to reduce the risk posed by these weapons of mass destruction. Read more »