Finally, a presidential candidate forum that focuses on the climate crisis! Now you can submit questions to assure that the candidates address climate change impacts on human health.
Citizen Advocacy Opportunity: Meet with your U.S. Representative while they are in-state, asking for their support of the “100% Clean Energy Economy of 2019” bill.
Extreme heat, billowing wildfires, and water—either too much or not enough—are today’s faces of climate change. PSR board member Alan Lockwood, MD, FAAN profiles the health effects of these frightening phenomena in a new white paper. Learn more and download here.
Letter to the editor from PSR member Dr. Alan Peterson in LNP on the public health emergency that is climate change.
In a healthy and welcome trend, physicians are persuading medical schools to teach the nation’s future doctors about the connection between climate and health, so our future health professionals are prepared to address the realities of the climate crisis’s impact on their patients and communities. This past June, thanks to the fantastic work of PSR …
INACTIVE – The proposal to allow LNG-by-rail is dangerous and ill-conceived. Please tell the regulating agency (PHMSA, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration check) that you strongly oppose the proposed permit.
Mark Vossler, MD, Washington PSR, writes in Washington State Medical Association Reports on climate change and heart health.
This article in Washington State Medical Association Reports on the public health impacts of climate change features quotes by Dr. Annemarie Dooley, Dr. Chris Covert-Bowlds, and Dr. Russell Maier, Washington PSR.
The American Medical Association (AMA) adopted at its June 2019 meeting a sweeping new policy that pledges the organization to promote education for medical students and physicians on the topic of the health threats from climate change.
This past weekend’s heat wave across the country had lethal consequences. According to estimates, six people have died from heat-related illnesses. Millions more endured the heat and may suffer subsequent health repercussions.