Op-ed by PSR’s Dr. Robert Dodge in Common Dreams on the connection between climate change and nuclear war and the need for global leaders to take action.
PSR applauds Representative Adam Smith and Senator Elizabeth Warren for their bold commitment to ensuring the health and safety of all families by establishing a U.S. policy of “No First Use” of nuclear weapons.
Thanks to the incredible work of Physicians for Social Responsibility Maine and their allies, on January 23, the city of Portland, Maine unanimously passed a “Back from the Brink” resolution. The resolution calls on the United States government to take the lead on preventing nuclear war by renouncing the option of using nuclear weapons first; …
NPR On Point interview with Dr. Regina LaRocque of Greater Boston PSR on the New England Journal of Medicine article authored by Dr. LaRocque and Dr. Caren Solomon.
Climate scientists are now telling us that we have less than 12 years in which to cut our climate-warming emissions in half or face irreversible consequences. That stark deadline is why we need a national awakening and a new commitment to action. Concretely, we need to adopt a set of policies that will move us …
KPFA radio interview with Dr. Michael Martin of SF Bay Area PSR.
A podcast interview with PSR Arizona’s Dr. Barbara Warren on how communities can respond to climate change in the Southwest.
Op-ed by Molly Hammersmith, PSR climate ambassador and student PSR member, in The Toledo Blade.
In a Florida Times-Union letter to the editor, PSR Florida’s Dr. Todd Sack applauds FL Gov. Ron DeSantis’ executive orders on water protection, citing health benefits.
Two physicians from PSR’s Greater Boston chapter have just published a must-read article in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine. Entitled “Climate Change—A Health Emergency,” it is a strong and cogent statement of the challenge the world faces from climate change and the responsibility of physicians (and, by extension, other health professionals) to respond.