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Tell President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline. It poses too great a threat to survival and health.
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.
PSR's Drs. Ira Helfand and Bob Dodge on eliminating costly and dangerous nuclear weapons.Source: Common Dreams
PSR Maine's Drs. Peter Wilk and Doug Dransfield make the case for nuclear disarmament in this radio interview.Source: MPBN
An op-ed by PSR Arizona's Drs. Raymond Graap and Schuyler Hilts.Source: Arizona Daily Star
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 »
A letter to congressional leadership in support of the Joint Plan of Action on Iran, signed by PSR and other groups. Read more »
PSR Board Member Dr. Ira Helfand addresses the Second International Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, Nayarit, Mexico, February 13, 2014. Read more »
Webinar update on the Fukushima disaster, presented by PSR president, Dr. Robert Gould and Dr. Makhijani of IEER. Read more »
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Help our diplomats secure a peaceful resolution to Iran's nuclear program. Oppose legislation that undermines the recent Iran nuclear deal.
Tell President Obama that the United States should join the international movement to ban nuclear weapons worldwide.
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 »