Portland, Oregon’s Clean Energy Fund is America’s first-ever municipal climate justice fund. Under this voter-approved initiative, led by communities of color, large corporations contribute one percent of annual gross revenue to a locally managed fund to support local clean energy, energy efficiency and climate justice projects. The Fund prioritizes grants to projects that serve low-income …
Washington Post article quoting Robert Gould, MD, president of San Francisco Bay PSR, and Lisa Patel, MD, a PSR Climate Ambassador.
Gwen DuBois, MD | Morning Consult The next COVID-19 stimulus package should go toward addressing the needs of the American people, not the desires of military contractors. Read more
Join PSR on August 26 to learn how Washington PSR partnered with Front and Centered to place environmental justice at the heart of climate and clean energy policy—and win.
In honor of 75th anniversary of Hiroshima & Nagasaki, the Back from the Brink coalition revealed their new website, logo, and a new video expressing their call to action.
Furnaces that burn fossil (“natural”) gas help drive climate change and pollute the air. Electric heat pumps provide a clean, efficient alternative. Watch this video from PSR/Pennsylvania to learn more.
Ventura County Star article quoting Denise Duffield, PSR-Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Times article quoting Martha Dina Argüello, PSR-Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Times article quoting Denise Duffield, PSR-Los Angeles.
Coverage of event co-sponsored by PSR Pennsylvania in The Patriot-News.