Skip to Navigation
Skip to Content
Share this page

Support PSR!

Your membership supports PSR's work to reduce global warming, eliminate toxics in our environment and abolish nuclear weapons. YOU make our work possible. Thank you.

Donate Now »

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.

On sale now! Enter code M17ENV25 at checkout for 25% discount.

Don't let Trump go rogue on the Iran agreement

October 18, 2017

Good news: Iran is complying with the 2015 multinational agreement that ensured Iran did not produce nuclear weapons. How do we know the Iran agreement works? The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has certified Iran to be in compliance eight times in a row. Iran has removed more than two-thirds of its centrifuges, shipped out 98 percent of its uranium stockpile, and pulled the core from its plutonium reactor.

Bad news: On October 13, President Trump defied his own advisors and announced he plans to decertify the Iran agreement. This allows Congress to slam the deal between now and December 12.

Hardliners are already putting the Iran agreement in jeopardy. Senator Tom Cotton is preparing to introduce new sanctions legislation that would undermine the agreement and alienate U.S. allies that brokered the deal.

We can't let President Trump rip up the diplomatic agreements that keep the world safe. If the U.S. breaks our end of the bargain, this keystone agreement could collapse, fueling international conflict.

Tell your senators: new sanctions against Iran will be a recipe for disaster.

Help PSR to preserve the peace by protecting the Iran agreement.

Action Alerts

More action alertsĀ»


More »


In the Spotlight

  • April 28, 2018
    2018 Greenfield Peace Writing Scholarship Awards Ceremony
    Join Oregon PSR to celebrate the high school student winners of this year's scholarship. Featuring keynote speaker Marshallese anti-nuclear and climate activist and poet Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner. April 28 at 6 pm in Portland, Oregon.