Letter to the editor in the Los Angeles Times by Denise Duffield, PSR-Los Angeles Associate Director.
Congress will act any day (or hour!) on vital climate legislation. Call now to urge them to support historic investments in clean energy and a livable future!
PSR’s recent report on PFAS chemicals used in fracking was the basis for, and is cited in, a Congressional letter to the EPA asking for “information and follow-up action” on chemicals used in fracking, especially PFAS. Read the letter
WJCT (NPR) radio interview with PSR Board Member Dr. Todd Sack on climate change and health, renewable energy, local planning, and climate activism.
Climate change can affect mental health and increase stress, violence, and suicide. PSR has partnered with the Climate Psychiatry Alliance to share information about the mental health impacts of climate change.
PSR-Los Angeles’ Denise Duffield and Dr. Bob Dodge are featured in an award-winning documentary about the contaminated Santa Susana Field Laboratory (SSFL) near Los Angeles, airing on MSNBC Nov. 14.
Ahead of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), PSR joins 140+ organizations in calling for military greenhouse gas emissions to be an agenda item at COP26.
The Center for International Policy released a report this month written by William Hartung, the Director of the Arms and Security Program at the center. This report looks at the Profiteers of Armageddon, the top contracting companies that stand to benefit heavily from modernizing the U.S. nuclear weapons arsenal and destabilizing the international security environment. …
On October 13, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) and its Russian affiliate Russian Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (RPPNW) held an event where older physicians passed the torch to a new generation to continue to fight to rid the world of nuclear weapons and the threat of nuclear annihilation. …
Exploring the intersection of social justice and nuclear weapons abolition in order to build a more powerful movement for equity, peace, and justice. Wed. Nov. 3rd at 1:00 PM ET.