PSR’s Barbara Gottlieb testified this morning before the U.S. EPA, urging them not to roll back the limits on carbon emissions (CO2) from coal-fired power plants.
Op-ed in OtherWords by medical student and Student PSR member Autumn Vogel.
Dr. Abbey Strauss interviews PSR Florida’s Dr. Lynn Ringenberg on climate and health.
NPR On Point interview with Dr. Regina LaRocque of Greater Boston PSR on the New England Journal of Medicine article authored by Dr. LaRocque and Dr. Caren Solomon.
KPFA radio interview with Dr. Michael Martin of SF Bay Area PSR.
A podcast interview with PSR Arizona’s Dr. Barbara Warren on how communities can respond to climate change in the Southwest.
Two physicians from PSR’s Greater Boston chapter have just published a must-read article in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine. Entitled “Climate Change—A Health Emergency,” it is a strong and cogent statement of the challenge the world faces from climate change and the responsibility of physicians (and, by extension, other health professionals) to respond.
Interview featuring Dr. Lise Van Susteren, PSR board member, on the psychological toll of studying the climate on scientists and activists.
Now more than ever, in this anti-regulatory and polluter-friendly political environment, the medical community must come to grasps with the imminent health threat posed by the uncontrolled release of greenhouse gases. Op-ed by medical student Christian Cayon in Common Dreams.
Most of the countries of the world met recently in Poland to review their progress on the Paris Climate Accords and identify next steps. PSR’s national board president, Pouné Saberi, MD, attended the conference and shares her take on the outcome.