Join our efforts to clean up dirty coal.
Oppose fast-track legislation that opens the door wider for trade deals that would invalidate many health-protective laws and regulations.
“The solutions to many of our environmental problems, as
they have always been, are at the state and local level.”- Henry Falk, MD, MPH
Although environmental health risks are often thought to be due to exposure to toxic substances and natural or man-made disasters, they occur frequently in everyday life—in homes, in schools, in water supplies, at food markets, and in restaurants.
What does this mean for keeping Texans healthy?
The Austin Chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility
Announces an essay contest open to High School students in the Austin area
$500.00-First prize, essay will be sent to local politician(s) and placed on our website
The top three contestants will all be awarded recognition for their efforts on our website.
The essays will be judged by a panel of environmental health experts comprised of Austin PSR members.
To enter the contest, submit an essay of 500 words or fewer answering the above question and a cover sheet with your contact information, school, and grade to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 21st.
Winners will be contacted via email and announced at an Earth Day celebration in Austin, TX.
Coal ash is toxic. Tell President Obama that protection from coal ash contamination has to be robust, mandatory and nationwide.
Sign our petition today telling the oil and natural gas industries to come clean about their non-disclosure agreements that gag victims harmed by fracking.
For this webinar, PSR's Dr. Alan Lockwood presented an overview of the life cycle of coal and the impact on air, water, climate change, and our economy. Read more »
The Toolkit is a combination of easy-to-use reference guides for health providers and user-friendly health education materials on preventing exposures to toxic chemicals and other substances that affect infant and child health. Read more »