Eighteen national health organizations signed onto PSR-drafted comments urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to strengthen its proposed regulation of methane leaks from oil and gas wells.
New report from Physicians for Social Responsibility shows previously unpublicized use of PFAS in fracking in Colorado between 2011 – 2021, but gaps in disclosure rules limit public’s ability to know full extent of use.
PSR’s new report, Fracking with “Forever Chemicals” in Colorado, documents the use of toxic, persistent PFAS chemicals in Colorado oil and gas wells. Trade secrets may obscure far wider use.
Op-ed in Inkstick Media from PSR’s Jasmine Owens.
January 27 is the National Day of Remembrance for Downwinders, those exposed to deadly radiation from nuclear testing. Urge Congress to extend and expand the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act.
Los Angeles Times quoting Martha Dina Argüello of PSR-Los Angeles.
On January 18, Chesapeake PSR hand-delivered certificates of appreciation “for moral and exemplary leadership” to the Washington DC embassies of the states that helped to ratify the Ban Treaty. They also presented each embassy with a rose to further express their gratitude for helping to move the world closer to zero nuclear weapons. This event, …
AP News article quoting Martha Dina Argüello of PSR-Los Angeles.
In an effort to influence President Biden to put out a sensible Nuclear Posture Review (the document that informs the public about the role nuclear weapons will play in a current president’s term- or terms), PSR took out a full-page ad in Biden’s hometown newspaper. On Sunday, January 2, the residents of Wilmington, Delaware opened …
PSR’s very own Mari Faines, Director of Communications and Outreach, has started a community-wide conversation in the nuclear field about the importance of intersectionality in our work, and the previously unspoken privilege that lies in the existential threat of nuclear war being the biggest threat to your security. In an article published in Outrider Foundation, …