The Chingari Trust in Bhopal, India, provides rehabilitiative care for children impacted by the exposure to chemicals from the 1984 Dow Chemical plant explosion. You can help Student PSR and PSR Wisconsin feed these children each day by donating using the link below. Thank you!Click here to donate by credit card
Save the Date: February 28 - March 1, 2014
The Wisconsin Environmental Health Network is planning the 2014 Making the Connection Conference. To receive up-to-date information about the conference program and registration, please email WEHNmail@gmail.com with "MTC 2014 conference info, please" in the subject line.View presentations from 2013's conference.
Your story can make a difference. PSR invites members who have been a part of our story for 25 years or more, to help celebrate our achievements. Hearing from members is an important part of our legacy, as without you our work could not be accomplished. Your story will become a part of our soon – to – be launched 25 year Member site and PSR archive.
Please send all submissions to Outreach Associate, April Avant.
There's a boom taking place in natural gas drilling, thanks to advances in the technology known as hydraulic fracturing or "fracking." But concerns about fracking's health effects are bubbling up almost as fast as the gas coming out of the ground. What do the experts say about air pollution, water contamination, methane leaks, diesel fumes, noise, and other fracking byproducts? To find out, read this month's Policy Institute as it answers the question: What does fracking mean for human health?
The nuclear weapons danger is real and growing: nuclear terrorism, proliferation, and thousands of weapons still on hair-trigger alert in the United States and Russia. Fortunately, there also are new opportunities to eliminate this threat.More on Nuclear Weapons »
Toxics and global warming create pervasive threats to health. PSR responds via chemical policy reform, climate policy advocacy, practitioner education, and “Code Black,” a campaign to reduce pollution and global warming.More on Environment & Health »
Wisconsin can build an energy future that gives us affordable power, creates jobs and improves our environment. So why gamble on costly nuclear reactors that generate radioactive waste? Wisconsin can be carbon free and nuclear free -- if we demand it!More on Carbon-Free, Nuclear Free Wisconsin »
An op-ed from PSR Wisconsin's Paula Rogge.Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The mining bill coming up for a vote in our Legislature would jeopardize the water of the Bad River watershed, the largest area of undeveloped wetlands in the upper Great Lakes, and risk the health of mine workers and people in communities dependent on the watershed and downwind of the mine.Source: Wisconsin State Journal
With your help we are working to reduce the threat of nuclear war, educate the public about the dangers of climate change, demand safe, clean energy, and warn about global consequences of limited nuclear war. So many of you have supported us all year long in so many ways, we made this video for you. Watch to see some of the scenes from our expert tours, testimony, Facebook chats and media outreach.
Join us in building a healthy environment and promoting sensible security policies. Make a donation to PSR Wisconsin today
Call on Congress to give the same tax benefits to clean, healthy, renewable wind energy that they do to dirty fossil and nuclear fuels.
Sign the petition now to ask President Obama for health-protective restrictions on “fracking.”
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 »
In 2012, we saw members and chapters across the country work together to make a difference. Watch this video to see some of the scenes from our expert tours, testimony, Facebook chats and media outreach. Read more »