Join us on March 11th for an evening to support WPSR and celebrate our work to combat climate change. The event will feature a keynote talk by Dr. Jonathan Patz, Professor & John P. Holton Chair in Health and the Environment and Director of the Global Health Institute at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
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On Wednesday, WPSR aired an ad on KING 5 using the historic “Daisy Girl” ad from LBJ’s 1964 presidential campaign. The ad calls on the community to contact their Members of Congress and tell them to oppose the estimated trillion dollars of spending on a new nuclear arms race.Watch the ad and take action here
In late December, the UN General Assembly approved a resolution to convene negotiations in 2017 on a treaty banning nuclear weapons. This was a historic victory for nuclear disarmament advocates, including PSR, IPPNW and ICAN. We wholeheartedly support US engagement in these negotiations.Read PSR's press release »
In October, Shell Puget Sound Refinery withdrew its application to build a facility to receive Bakken crude oil by rail. WPSR and others in the Stand Up to Oil coalition were gearing up for public hearings on the project's environmental impacts when we heard the good news. Thank you to all who commented last year during the project’s scoping period. Together we are turning the tide on dirty fuels!Read more »
Join us on March 11th for an evening to support WPSR & celebrate our work to combat climate change.
Op-ed authored by students from the PSR chapter at the University of Washington.Source: The Olympian
Op-ed by David Barash, PhD, a member of the PSR Security Committee.Source: History News Network
Op-ed co-authored by PSR members David Hall, MD and Leonard Eiger.Source: Seattle Times
Join us in building a healthy environment and promoting sensible security policies.
Tell the EPA to ban the use of methylene chloride and NMP in commercial and consumer paint strippers. Let’s protect workers and consumers from these harmful chemicals and switch to safer alternatives.
Ask your senators to support a law requiring congressional authorization before the president can launch a nuclear first strike.