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  • Letter on Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

    A letter to the U.S. Trade Representative opposing an expansion of oil and natural gas exports to the EU. Read more »

  • Letter to House Appropriations on Quigley Amendment

    A letter signed by PSR and other groups supporting an amendment to HR 4923 that would eliminate an unnecessary increase in nuclear weapons funding. Read more »

  • Annual Report 2013

    PSR's annual report for 2013. Read more »

  • Annual Report 2012

    PSR is pleased to present its 2012 Annual Report to our members and other stakeholders. Read more »

  • Toxic Chemicals in Our Food System

    What chemicals are in the food we eat? Chemicals are used in every step of the process that puts food on our table: production, harvesting, processing, packing, transport, marketing and consumption and can be dangerous to our health. Read more »

  • Fracking: Harm on the Farm

    Chemical exposures that harm farm animals and wild animals raise concern about health risks for people living near fracking sites, as the animals use the same water and breathe the same air as humans. Another, indirect concern for human health also exists: in multiple known cases of chemical exposure, cows continued to produce dairy and meat for human consumption, although it remained untested for chemical contaminants. Read more »

  • Fracking and Water Contamination

    Hydraulic fracturing combines water with an array of chemicals, some of which are carcinogenic, endocrine-disruptive, or otherwise toxic. The result is the contamination of huge quantities of water, with potential immediate and long-term threats to health. Read more »

  • Fracking and Air Pollution

    A growing body of scientific evidence links the fracking boom with serious risks to air quality and health. Read more »

  • Most Vulnerable Populations

    Certain populations are more impacted by toxic chemical exposures than others. And they need greater protection from dangerous chemicals Read more »

  • Chemical Reform and CICA

    The health of all Americans is the primary objective of chemical policy reform. That reform effort is now underway – and it has serious implications for doctors, nurses, and other health care providers. Read more »

 

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