Arizona Daily Star op-ed from Raymond Graap, MD, PSR Arizona Board Member.
For the first two weeks of November, world leaders gathered in Glasgow, Scotland for the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26), a conference dedicated to solving the climate crisis. There were countless pledges made to reduce carbon and methane emissions, to phase out the use of coal- and more. However, there was also an elephant …
It is time that the U.S. gets its priorities straight: we can no longer fund weapons of war. It’s time to invest in human lives.
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Arizona Daily Star op-ed from Raymond Graap, MD, a member of the PSR Committee to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
PSR Board Member Dr. Laalitha Surapaneni writes from Glasgow, Scotland where she is attending COP26 as a physician who works at the intersections of climate change, health equity, and advocacy.
U.S. climate groups slammed the Biden administration for refusing to stop oil and gas leasing on public lands despite President Biden’s Glasgow pledge to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Letter to the editor in the San Francisco Chronicle by Michael Martin, MD, PSR Board Member.
Article in Outrider by PSR’s Jasmine Owens