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2012 Updates

Archive of 2012 Austin PSR Newsletters

December 2012 Newsletter

This month's Austin PSR Newsletter includes articles Austin PSR's recent activities, a Holiday Greeting, "Thank You's" for support, and current news articles on key advocacy issues.

November 2012 Newsletter

This month's Austin PSR Newsletter includes articles and links on voting, Hurricane Sandy, APSR's monthly activities, climate change, coal exports, renewable energy options, radioactive waste, and toxic contamination.

October 2012 Newsletter

This month's Austin PSR Newsletter includes articles on APSR's Presidetial Debate Potluck Fall Event, upcoming conferences and leactures, Texas fracking news, coal transportation, and chaning U.S. coal usage.

September 2012 Newsletter

This month's Austin PSR Newsletter includes articles on ways Central Texans can help to improve Austin's air quality, upcoming lecture on unexpected events, Travis County's vehicle replacement program, failure of building new nuclear reactors in south Texas, pipeline reroutes, and Artic drilling.

August 2012 Newsletter

This month's Austin PSR Newsletter includes articles on APSR's current advocacy efforts, upcoming events, the Director's editorial on climate change and animal adaptations, the City of Austin's pending discussion to sell (not retire) its coal-burning electric plant, topcial information links, and more information on climate change.

July 2012 Newsletter

This month's Austin PSR Newsletter includes articles on our new Director, upcoming events, preventing water contamination from pet waste, the unintended consequences of the LCRA's decision to limit downstream water releases, and Texas' battle against the EPS over air quality.