Ask your local, county and state elected or appointed officials to join 228 in 35 states that have already signed on to demand bold action to reduce nuclear weapons risks.
Join PSR in National Climate Action week by calling your representative, demanding big, bold, ambitious investment to tackle the climate crisis.
Our cities and states are grappling with life-threatening challenges from COVID-19, racial injustice, and climate change – while the government is spending billions of our tax dollars on nuclear weapons.
Call your senators and congressperson today and ask them to speak up for including clean energy in a 21st-century infrastructure bill.
President Biden’s “American Jobs Plan” creates new economic opportunity and jobs building real, concrete solutions to the climate crisis. But it faces opposition in Congress. Please call and urge your federal delegation to ACT NOW on climate, clean energy infrastructure, and justice. Call 202-224-3121 and ask for your congressperson or senator by name. The message …
On April 15, 2021, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Representative Adam Smith reintroduced the No First Use Act (H.R.2603 & S.1219), which would officially establish that the United States policy is to not use nuclear weapons as a means of warfare first. The United States does not currently have a pledge or policy of no first …
Tell your U.S. Representative that we should spend our money on our kids, on our environment, on public health, and on everyone who has suffered in this Covid crisis.
Senators Chris Murphy and Tim Kaine are collecting senators’ signatures on a letter urging President Biden to swiftly re-enter the Iran nuclear deal. Urge your senators to sign on.
Candidate Joe Biden prioritized re-entering the Iran nuclear deal. But now that he is in office, President Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken, and their counterparts in Iran have entered into a slow-motion dance, each waiting for the other to lead. Iranian leaders say they want sanctions relief before they will return to the Joint …
Is fracking behind a cluster of rare childhood cancers that has struck young people in southwestern Pennsylvania? Read a new investigative report from The New Yorker, then take action!