Scientists around the world are ringing alarm bells: Time is running out on addressing climate change. We must act on solutions immediately to protect our health and survival.
PSR’s national office and four chapters are gearing up to inject the health voice into a new approach to slashing greenhouse gas emissions. It’s called “energy optimization,” and it combines energy efficiency with fuel-swapping: replacing technologies that burn fossil fuels with those that use electricity.
Ask your U.S. senators and representative to update and extend critical clean energy tax credits that will reduce carbon emissions and promote a clean energy economy.
INACTIVE – 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.
INACTIVE – 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.
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.
This editorial in the Republican Journal on a solar energy bill recently passed in Maine quotes Karen D’Andrea, executive director of PSR Maine.
Letter to the Editor in the Patriot News by Robert Little, MD of PSR Harrisburg.
Letter to the editor by Chesapeake PSR and other Chesapeake organizations in Maryland Matters.
In Solar Builder Magazine, PSR Maine’s Karen D’Andrea explains the health benefits of reducing climate change impacts with renewables like solar.