Skip to Navigation
Skip to Content
Share this page

Support Washington PSR!

Join us in building a healthy environment and promoting sensible security policies.

Donate Now »

Take Action

Tell President Obama and the US DOT to stop oil trains carrying diluted tar sands and fracked shale oil from the Bakken formation—both are more toxic, more explosive, and more carbon-intensive than conventional crude.

Environmental Toxins & Our Health: How do we define & promote prevention?

January 17, 2013
Langley, Washington

Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: South Whidbey Commons, 124 Second St

A free community forum for health professionals, featuring WPSR president Dr. Rich Grady and Dr. Kate Davies of UW.

WPSR and our co-hosts look forward to engaging you in this FREE event! Join us & learn:

  • Breaking research on prevalence of toxic chemical exposures in our environment
  • Professional perspectives on linkages between chemicals & chronic disease
  • How WPSR collaborates to promote public health prevention via chemical policy reform in Washington
  • What you can do to protect your loved ones & get involved in 2013!

Yes, these conversations can be challenging, but we have a collaborative record of groundbreaking success! Please join us, get inspired, have fun- and play a vital role in creating a healthier world.

RSVPs always appreciated! Please call (206) 547-2630 or email: mary@wpsr.org

Action Alerts

  • Tell President Obama: Ban Oil Trains

    Tell President Obama and the US DOT to stop oil trains carrying diluted tar sands and fracked shale oil from the Bakken formation—both are more toxic, more explosive, and more carbon-intensive than conventional crude.

  • Tell EPA: Public Health needs a strong Haze Rule

    The EPA must improve the Regional Haze Rule so polluters are held accountable and everyone can experience healthy air at our national parks and wilderness areas.

More action alerts»

Resources

In the Spotlight

  • March 25, 2016
    What now, after the Supreme Court stay?
    The Supreme Court in February 2016 issued a "stay," or a temporary suspension, of the Clean Power Plan while a lower court reviews this legal challenge. This situation raises many questions.