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Heat Advisory: Protecting Health on a Warming Planet
by Dr. Alan Lockwood

Drawing on peer-reviewed scientific and medical research, Dr. Lockwood meticulously details the symptoms of climate change and their medical side effects.

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Environment and Health

PSR's Environment and Health Program addresses toxics and global warming -- challenges to life and well-being that pervade the entire planet. We invite you to join the growing constituency of health professionals and concerned citizens who are bringing a critical voice to the forefront of environmental health decision-making.

Click below for news, analysis, and actions on all the E&H programs.

Climate Change

Air Pollution and Health

Methane: Climate and Fracking

Coal & Climate: Code Black

Confronting Toxics

Protecting Health through Policy

Click here to see Environmental Health Resources and Links, compiled by PSR-Maine.


Page Updated August 15, 2017

Action Alerts

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  • Letter on H.R. 3219

    Letter to House members signed by PSR and partner groups, urging them to oppose H.R. 3219 and recommending how to vote on proposed amendments. The bill does not responsibly promote proper use of our water and ocean resources, deeply cuts funding for clean energy innovation, and undermines safe nuclear waste storage. Read more »

  • Letter Opposing the "Smoggy Skies Act"

    Letter to House members signed by PSR and partner groups opposing H.R. 806, the so-called "Ozone Standards Implementation Act of 2017," which would delay important ozone standards and weaken the Clean Air Act. Read more »