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  • September 2, 2015
    Why Northwest Doctors Oppose Oil-by-Rail Development

    “An unacceptable threat to human health and safety.” That’s how more than 300 medical professionals are describing plans to build out crude oil-by-rail facilities in the Northwest.

    Source: Sightline
  • August 24, 2015
    A clean power plan for all Americans and Texans

    An op-ed co-authored by Texas PSR Board Member Dr. Daniel Hochman.

    Source: The Monitor
  • August 5, 2015
    Health groups praise Obama plan on coal, saying it will save lives

    Neurologist Alan Lockwood, a senior scientist with the advocacy group Physicians for Social Responsibility, estimated that coal-fired power plants are linked to 50,000 deaths a year in the USA, and that coal contributes to four of the five leading causes of death -- heart disease, cancer, stroke and chronic respiratory disease.

    Source: USA Today
  • August 5, 2015
    Clean power plan

    A letter to the editor from PSR Kansas City member Everett Murphy, MD.

    Source: Kansas City Star
  • June 11, 2015
    Environmental groups sue Md. Gov. Hogan for withdrawing clean-air regulations

    The Sierra Club and Chesapeake PSR filed the complaint with the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, claiming state law requires the administration to publish and enforce the rules because Maryland’s Department of the Environment adopted them Jan. 16.

    Source: Washington Post
  • June 11, 2015
    Physicians, Sierra Club Take Gov. Hogan to Court for Unlawfully Blocking Clean Air Safeguards

    Chesapeake PSR and Sierra Club, represented by Earthjustice, filed suit today asserting that Governor Larry Hogan and the Maryland Division of State Documents unlawfully blocked a new clean air safeguard that would protect Marylanders suffering from asthma and other harmful effects of ozone pollution, commonly known as "smog."

  • April 22, 2015
    Physicians, Sierra Club Announce Intent to Take Gov. Hogan to Court for Unlawfully Blocking Clean Air Protections

    Chesapeake PSR and Sierra Club, represented by Earthjustice, announced Wednesday that they will hold Governor Hogan, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) and the Maryland Division of State Documents accountable for failing to implement new clean air protections to clean up coal-fired power plants that had been finalized and adopted prior to Gov. Hogan taking office.

  • March 1, 2015
    Generating Controversy

    The Navajo Generating Station was supposed to improve the lives of the native people living in its shadow, but its only real legacy is the polluted skies over the American Southwest.

    Source: National Parks Magazine
  • February 17, 2015
    How Coal Kills

    According to Coal's Assault on Human Health, a report by PSR, coal combustion releases mercury, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide and other substances known to be hazardous to human health.

    Source: Scientific American
  • November 21, 2014
    Efficiency standard clears the air, saves cash

    A letter to the editor from PSR Arizona's Dr. Barbara Warren on how energy efficiency helps public health and saves money.

    Source: Arizona Daily Star
  • October 17, 2014
    Groups sue EPA over failure to reduce air pollution

    The complaint, filed in the U.S. District Court in San Francisco, is on behalf of several groups, including the Sierra Club, the Center for Biological Diversity and Physicians for Social Responsibility.

    Source: KPCC
  • August 5, 2014
    Coal ash pollution needs tighter regulation

    An op-ed by PSR Board Member Dr. Lynn Ringenberg on the dangers of coal ash.

    Source: Sun Sentinel
  • August 1, 2014
    Maine is too smoggy in the summer: It's time to limit power plants' carbon emissions.

    Dr. Peter Millard of PSR Maine writes in support of the EPA's new carbon rule in this op-ed.

    Source: Bangor Daily News
  • July 30, 2014
    Improving Pittsburgh's Air Quality

    A radio interview with PSR's Dr. Alan Lockwood, who says the EPA's new Clean Power Plan will improve air quality and save lives.

    Source: WESA
  • July 28, 2014
    Why I support the EPA’s Clean Power Plan

    An op-ed from Florida PSR President and PSR National President-Elect Dr. Lynn Ringenberg, who is testifying before the EPA on the public health impacts of carbon pollution.

    Source: Tampa Tribune
  • July 27, 2014
    Tucsonans Celebrate Recent EPA Haze Rule

    A radio interview with PSR Arizona's Dr. Barbara Warren and other local activists on the health impacts of coal pollution in Arizona.

    Source: KXCI
  • June 2, 2014
    Dr. Alan Lockwood on Coal

    A radio interview with PSR Board Member Dr. Alan Lockwood on the public health impacts of coal.

    Source: Jeff Santos Show
  • June 2, 2014
    The Fight Against Climate Change Defines Our Future

    An op-ed from PSR's Dr. Alan Lockwood on the importance of fighting climate change. Vote for Dr. Lockwood's piece in the Debate Club.

    Source: US News & World Report
  • May 13, 2014
    EPA rules can help protect children

    An op-ed from PSR's Dr. Lynn Ringenberg on new emissions standards for coal-fired power plants.

    Source: The Tallahassee Democrat
  • April 22, 2014
    U.S. Urged to Tackle Lead in Aviation Gasoline

    "We already know there’s no safe threshold for lead exposure, and we also know that lead is toxic and a possible carcinogen even at low levels, leading to brain damage and learning disabilities," Kathy Attar, toxics program manager with Physicians for Social Responsibility, a consumer protection group, told IPS.

    Source: Inter Press Service
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