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Climate change’s threats to human health and life are growing. Will you join our latest effort to roll back climate change?
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.
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Radio interview with Oregon PSR leaders and essay contest winners discussing the Particles on the Wall exhibit, which focuses on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.Source: KBOO
An op-ed from PSR Wisconsin's Paula Rogge.Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr Ira Helfand, author of a recent study on nuclear-induced famine, explained the risk of a billion people dying of starvation following a limited regional use of nuclear weapons.Source: In Depth 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 »
The Pulitzer Prize-winning play details an exchange between a U.S. and Soviet Union negotiator for a nuclear arms control agreement. The DC chapter of PSR recently hosted a showing of the play. Watch this video of the discussion held after the play, led by a nuclear weapons negotiator and PSR Board member Ed Ifft, PhD and DC Chapter president Dr. Mohammad Khalid. Read more »
PSR Board Member Dr. Jeff Patterson speaks on the dangers of nuclear power at the Atomic Age Symposium at University of Chicago. Read more »
PSR President Dr. Jeff Patterson discusses the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl Catastrophe. Read more »
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Tell Congress to approve a budget that pushes the Administration to make a bold reduction in our nuclear arsenal.
50 years ago this week, the Cuban Missile Crisis brought the world to the brink of a cataclysmic nuclear war. Today, you can help ensure that the lessons of this crisis are not forgotten by writing a letter to the editor.