For many PSR members who advocate for the abolition of nuclear weapons, there’s a compelling reason to work to prevent a nuclear attack: our nation, the United States, has already used atomic weapons in an act of war, and we know we must never use them again. On October 8, Setsuko Thurlow, a hibakusha who …
PSR’s national office and four chapters are gearing up to inject the health voice into a new approach to slashing greenhouse gas emissions. It’s called “energy optimization,” and it combines energy efficiency with fuel-swapping: replacing technologies that burn fossil fuels with those that use electricity.
61 years ago, in 1958, the crew of the small sailboat, Golden Rule, sailed from California to Hawai’i on their way to the Marshall Islands in an attempt to stop U.S. atmospheric nuclear testing.
Public News Service article quoting Barbara Warren, MD, PSR Arizona, and Antonia Herzog, Climate & Energy Program Manager at PSR.
Public News Service article quoting Cory Carroll, MD, PSR Colorado, and Antonia Herzog, Climate & Energy Program Manager at PSR.
INACTIVE – Ask your U.S. senators and representative to update and extend critical clean energy tax credits that will reduce carbon emissions and promote a clean energy economy.
Public News Service article quoting Antonia Herzog, Climate & Energy Program Manager at PSR, and Maureen McCue, PhD, PSR Iowa.
Article in the Cedar Rapids Gazette quoting Dr. Maureen McCue of PSR Iowa.
Article in AAMC News quoting Todd Sack, MD, PSR board member.
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.