In the midst of a pandemic and a call for global ceasefire, the Trump administration is reportedly considering bringing back nuclear weapons testing. PSR is deeply disturbed by this news.
While working with PSR’s Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program, PSR intern Nicolas-Francois Perron-Giroux has explored the legality of nuclear weapons.
The Trump Administration has announced that it plans to withdraw from the multilateral Open Skies Treaty. PSR opposes this decision because it increases the risk of potentially catastrophic conflict.
A new report, coauthored by PSR, documents dangerous levels of indoor air pollution from gas stoves.
Amidst of the mayhem of a global emergency, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was a voice of reason cutting through the havoc.
PSR chapters across the country celebrated the 50th Earth Day. They found ways to share their messages of health, action and hope while honoring stay-at-home orders and social distancing.
PSR joined thousands of doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers in calling on Congress to consider the health harms of climate change in COVID-19 legislation.
A court ruling in a lawsuit where PSR was the lead plaintiff has overturned the U.S. EPA’s effort to block some scientists from serving on EPA advisory boards.
The health crisis caused by climate change is serious, but it also presents a major health opportunity. By building healthy energy, transportation, land use, and agriculture systems, we can deliver immediate and sustained health benefits to all while reducing future health risks from climate change. The U.S. Call to Action on Climate, Health and Equity …
While most of us are sheltering at home from the Covid-19 virus, the oil and gas industry is pushing the EPA to roll back health-protective regulations.