Make a difference in the challenge to confront global warming and prevent nuclear war and the development and use of nuclear weapons.
Call on Congress to give the same tax benefits to clean, healthy, renewable wind energy that they do to dirty fossil and nuclear fuels.
We need your input and involvement as we move forward during one of the most exciting periods for work on nuclear arms control. With an international community and US admininstration that has grown weary of nuclear weapons; we have an unique opportunity to move our world towards a path of nuclear disarmament and abolition. As with every great challenge, it will require the hard work of all of us to make sure that we make our voice heard. In the past, as when the Berlin Wall fell, we have missed great moments of opportunity and we, at PSR, are committed to making sure we sieze this moment.
In many of the sections, you will see an "Activist Corner" that will describe ways that you can support our work in that area. Most critically, however, we would like you and others in your community to become a PSR Activist. As we do speaker tours, visits with Senators in your area, and hopefully ask you to build local action teams - our success will hinge on the number of people like yourself who are willing to put aside some time to help our world stay secure from the threat of nuclear weapons.
1. Become a CTBT/START Activist today!
2. Participate in our grassroots work by: contacting your local state or student chapter, recruiting your friends and neighbors to become a PSR member, and submitting your ideas to email@example.com
3. Donate to PSR
Zero Is the Only Option
In March 2010, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War and PSR docs Vic Sidel and Ira Helfand published a major new briefing paper on the global climate and health effects of nuclear war. Zero is the only option was produced for the 2010 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference. Read more »
Steps to Safety (for General Audiences)
PowerPoint presentation on how nuclear weapons put the United States at risk today--and how we can reduce and eventually eliminate the danger posed by the thousands of nuclear weapons still stockpiled in nuclear arsenals, the tons of nuclear bomb making material vulnerable to theft by extremists, and the specter of more nations potentially seeking nuclear weapons. Read more »
PSR Reports Fall 2010
Inside this issue: the Environmental Health Policy Institute; New START victory; coal ash health threats; and 2009 Financial Statement. Read more »
In the Spotlight
December 3, 2013
Climate Change: Impacts on Public Health
Open to the public, this dinner program highlights the relationship between climate change and health, and provides ideas for mitigation. Featuring keynote speakers Dr. George Luber and Meredith Jagger.