Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) is delighted to announce the addition of six new board members: Joy L. Blackwood; Dr. Natasha DeJarnett; Dr. Gwen DuBois; Dr. Michael Martin; Surili Patel; and Dr. Linda Rudolph. Read our official press release here. Our new board members bring a variety of backgrounds and expertise to the organization, including medical …
Imagine what we could invest in instead of shelling out billions of dollars each year for nuclear weapons. That money could be used to fund essential, life-saving programs and services that don’t involve destruction of the planet—e.g. clean water, nutrition for schoolchildren, healthcare disparities, income inequality, environmental health hazards and many other vital issues. The …
Reflections on the climate crisis from pediatrician and PSR Philadelphia board member Dr. Ned Ketyer.
Op-ed by PSR’s Dr. Robert Dodge on the science and urgency of climate change.
Climate change becomes a flashpoint for a new generation of physician activists. Article from Proto Magazine featuring Greater Boston PSR’s Dr. Regina LaRocque.
Op-ed in Truthout from PSR Philadelphia member Dr. David Wolk.
Op-ed in The Hill from PSR’s Dr. Robert Dodge on the cost of nuclear weapons.
Op-ed in The Patriot Ledger by Greater Boston PSR’s Anna Linakis Baker and Dr. Regina LaRocque.
On April 10, President Donald Trump announced two new executive orders to make it easier for companies to build oil and gas infrastructure and projects, and more difficult for states to block them—precisely at a time when we know we must rapidly reduce our extraction and use of fossil fuels to mitigate the impacts of climate change.
Video of RootsAction press conference on NATO anniversary featuring PSR Nuclear Weapons Abolition Director Martin Fleck as a panelist.