Regna Merritt is an Oregon PSR advisory board member and former Healthy Climate Program Director. We asked her how she came to do this work, what inspires her, and her advice for young people just starting to get involved in advocacy.
Kelly Campbell, Executive Director of Oregon PSR, is recognized for her outstanding coalition work, community engagement, and grassroots organizing at Oregon PSR to advance nuclear weapons abolition and address environmental hazards to health, including the climate crisis.
Op-ed in Common Dreams by Olivia Alperstein, PSR Media Relations Manager.
This year at the 2019 PSR Visionary Leaders Awards, we are delighted to honor several outstanding advocates who are working to abolish nuclear weapons and to address environmental hazards to health, including the climate crisis. Each week you will have an opportunity to meet one of our awardees. This week, meet Marylia Kelley who will …
The EPA wants to remove regulation of the super-greenhouse gas methane (fracked or “natural” gas) from oil and gas operations—and possibly beyond! Help us stop this unconscionable rollback.
Physicians for Social Responsibility is thrilled to announce that PSR Colorado is now officially the newest full chapter. Formerly PSR Colorado Working Group, PSR Colorado has already served as an impactful health voice in the state regarding environmental hazards to health, mobilizing the medical community in the state and advocating on key issues, including fracking …
The study examines the possible repercussions of a nuclear war between India and Pakistan circa 2025. Read PSR’s statement.
Scientists around the world are ringing alarm bells: Time is running out on addressing climate change. We must act on solutions immediately to protect our health and survival.