PSR joined partner groups in signing onto these comments to the Department of Transportation and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on strengthening fuel economy standards for passenger vehicles, citing the health benefits of improved air quality.
On September 8th, 2021, Barbara Gottlieb, Environment and Health Program director, represented Physicians for Social Responsibility in front of the United States Office of Management and Budget (OMB). She commented on the need for the EPA to reinstate their Mercury and Air Toxics rule, which was cut during the previous administration. This rule limits toxic …
PSR, joined by 29 other health organizations and 9 PSR chapters, sent a letter to EPA Administrator Regan requesting strong action to control methane and VOC emissions from the oil and gas industry.
A letter to Interior Secretary Debra Haaland, signed by PSR, calling on the Biden administration to undertake a comprehensive environmental review to align federal fossil fuel programs with the goal of limiting warming to 1.5 Celsius.
Letter to President Biden signed by PSR and partner groups, urging him to support COVID recovery legislation that invests in a healthier future for the nation by cleaning up air pollution, addressing climate change and ensuring environmental justice.
Letter to the EPA asking for rulemaking to remove methane and ethane from “Negligibly Reactive” list, signed by PSR and partner groups.
Letter signed by PSR and partner groups, asking Congress to support a broad spectrum of clean-energy investments.
Letter to members of Congress signed by PSR and partner groups, in support of transitioning the nation to electric vehicles.
Letter signed by PSR and partner organizations in support of Amendment 62, which would block EPA from finalizing its inadequate update to the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for PM 2.5, also known as soot. The amendment would allow the EPA to start over and do their job to protect public health and the …
Letter signed by PSR and partner groups to EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler asking him to reopen the nominations process for EPA advisory committees, in light of the court ruling that grant recipients cannot be barred from these committees.