The head of International Atomic Energy Agency says the world has become more dangerous partly due to President Trump’s policies, urging President-elect Biden to revive nuclear negotiations with adversaries.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Dr. H. Jack Geiger, a co-founder and former president of PSR.
Within the deliberations over the mammoth $740.5 billion military budget, one very important cut was a victory for PSR and our allies.
We are so proud to share with you the 7th edition of the fracking “Compendium.” This unique volume compiles and summarizes medical, scientific, governmental and investigative articles on fracking’s harms to health.
The EPA turns 50 this weekend. PSR celebrates its success, but recognizes that with climate change its next frontier, it needs to do more. Read PSR board member Alan Lockwood’s op-ed.
Western North Carolina PSR’s Dr. Terry Clark on working to prevent nuclear war.
With the election behind us, President-elect Joe Biden’s return to the White House will provide a different landscape for activists working toward a nuclear weapons free world.
The United States conducted its last nuclear test explosion in 1992. Is it time to start up testing again? As you can imagine, PSR’s answer is, “Absolutely not!”
In another court win for PSR, a federal court ruled that BLM failed to disclose the climate impacts of leasing public lands for oil and gas extraction in Wyoming.
PSR Executive Director Jeff Carter writes about the Biden-Harris win and what the new administration will mean for climate change and nuclear weapons abolition.