WTOV 9 interview with Ned Ketyer, MD of PSR Philadelphia.
PSR’s recent letter helped win an extension of the comment period for the proposal to allow transport of liquefied natural gas (LNG) by rail. The extension will give us time to register our concerns about the danger to life and limb of hauling highly flammable LNG through U.S. communities. Read our letter, cosigned by 77 …
As an organization that mobilizes medical and health professionals on environmental hazards to health, PSR is gravely concerned about the severe potential fire, health and safety risks to communities with LNG transport by train.
Morning Magazine, KGNU 88.5 FM Interview with Larry Moore, MD of PSR Colorado Working Group, on the fracking science Compendium. Interview starts about 19 minutes in.
Letter to the Editor in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Tammy Murphy, PSR Pennsylvania.
Article from the Progressive featuring the fracking science Compendium by PSR and Concerned Health Professionals of NY.
A major new report by PSR and Concerned Health Professionals of NY compiles, tracks, and analyzes key trends about drilling, fracking, and its infrastructure, and demonstrates that there are pervasive, grave misunderstandings about the effects of natural gas and fracking.
The sixth edition of the fracking “Compendium” has just been released. PSR is proud to partner with Concerned Health Professionals of New York in preparing and rolling out this volume, which provides abstracts and electronic links to an almost encyclopedic compilation of reports, peer-reviewed articles and investigative reporting on fracking’s dangerous impacts on health.
INACTIVE – We’re asking you to help us protect the world’s climate and the health of our communities—by speaking out against a proposal to build a massive fracked-gas export facility in Oregon.
Tell your representative to cosponsor the “Methane Waste Prevention Act of 2019.” This bill will protect both health and the climate by reducing leaks of methane gas from oil and gas wells on federal land.