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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?
A two-day forum sponsored by Washington PSR on the dangers of nuclear power and preventing a Fukushima-like disaster in the Northwest.
Presentation & discussion by noted expert Paul Gunter, director, Reactor Oversight Project speaks about lessons learned from Fukushima and safety risks from the last remaining nuclear power plant in the state of Washington, the Columbia Generating Station, in the Hanford Reservation, near the Columbia River.
The public is invited to join WPSR for Environmental Lobby Day. Arrive in the state capitol for breakfast and speakers; then join your own district to visit your representatives and senators.
This documentary journeys to nuclear reactor communities around the country to provide a comprehensive exploration of the history and impact to date of nuclear power, and to investigate the truths and myths about nuclear energy. WPSR will co-host discussion after film.
A free community forum for health professionals, featuring WPSR president Dr. Rich Grady.
Forum addressing the aquatic, health, climate change and infrastructure impacts of the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal. WPSR Board member Dr. Steven Gilbert is a panelist.
PSR's Dr. Steven Gilbert will review coal’s life cycle and discuss how the mining, transportation, burning, and waste management of it adversely influences human and environmental health.
Presentations on the latest research and implications for practice by WPSR and our Olympia partners. Light appetizers, spirits & spirited discussion on the issues WPSR supports.
Still time for to get tickets. We look forward to seeing you at the WPSR Annual Fundraising Dinner!
Come celebrate the second edition of Particles on the Wall, the book that uses art and science to explore Washington's nuclear history.
Particles on the Wall, the traveling art and science exhibit that explores Washington's nuclear history, will be on display until early December.
Spend a summer evening at Green Lake remembering the victims of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. From Hiroshima to Hope is an annual lantern floating ceremony and remembrance of the victims of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings and all victims of war and violence.
A bike ride to Naval Submarine Base Bangor to commemorate the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings and to spotlight the nuclear weaponry stored at Bangor.
By incorporating a healthy beverages program into a broader sustainable food policy, health care facilities can play an important role in promoting food choices that are beneficial for the health of their communities and the environment.
"Celebrate Our Student Chapter", remarks by co-president Natalie Hale and student chapter advisor Alexander Hamlin, WPSR Board of Directors.
"Environmental Health News From Inside the Beltway" featuring Dr. Catherine Thomasson, Executive Director, Physicians for Social Responsibility.
Please join us for a memorable event that you won’t want to miss. A fundraiser to support Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility
Speakers include former PSR leader Dr. Helen Caldicott on the dangers of nuclear power. Sponsored by Washington PSR.
What do we know? What are we not being told? What is the truth about the impact on our health and the environment? A day of inquiry into local/global health, environmental & economic consequences.
Particles on the Wall (POTW) an exhibit of visual and literary works, science, and memorabilia exploring elements of the nuclear age, Hanford history, their thread through our lives, and their bearing on the Columbia River and natural world.