PSR was saddened by the recent passing of the legendary activist and war resister Frances Crowe at the age of 100. Crowe was an ardent activist who was passionate about the health threats posed by climate change, nuclear weapons, and war. She played an integral role in PSR and the PSR Pioneer Valley chapter in Western Massachusetts, along with numerous other peace and justice organizations.
On August 28, EPA announced an attempt to roll back key provisions of the 2016 New Source Performance Standards, which provide critical health and safety protections to prevent harm to public health from methane emissions and prevent potential methane leaks. PSR opposes any attempt to roll back the NSPS.
Interview with Jeff Carter, PSR executive director, in Between the Lines.
Article in The Conversation highlighting PSR’s anti-nuclear weapons work and efforts to get the broader medical community to respond to the climate crisis.
Letter to the Editor in the Florida Times-Union from Dr. Todd Sack, MD, PSR board member and PSR Florida steering committee member.
On August 6, activists from PSR Los Angeles, Beyond the Bomb, Nuclear Free Schools, Vets for Peace, and Peace Action, met with Representative Adam Schiff, Chair of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, to discuss Representative Adam Smith’s No First Use legislation (H.R. 921). The bill simply states it is the policy of the United States not …
Article in the New England Journal of Medicine highlighting PSR’s anti-nuclear weapons work and efforts to get the broader medical community to respond to the climate crisis.
INACTIVE – Finally, a presidential candidate forum that focuses on the climate crisis! Now you can submit questions to assure that the candidates address climate change impacts on human health.
Letter to the editor in the New York Times from PSR board member and PSR-LA President Dr. Robert Dodge on the need for nuclear weapons abolition.
August 6, 1945. August 9, 1945. Seventy-four years ago, the United States dropped nuclear weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, two of the most horrific acts of warfare in history. This August, we remember the estimated 200,000 or more civilian men, women and children who died. We remember those who survived the bombing but suffered radiation …