In this Herald-Tribune article, PSR Florida’s Dr. Lynn Ringenberg explains the dangers of mercury pollution from power plants.
Op-ed by PSR Climate Ambassador Harv Teitelbaum in The Pueblo Chieftan on the EPA’s proposal to weaken the Mercury and Air Toxic Standards, which reduces dangerous pollution from power plants.
Op-ed by Molly Hammersmith, PSR climate ambassador and Student PSR member, in The Toledo Blade.
PSR-Los Angeles writes in Nukewatch about the recent wildfire that swept through the contaminated SSFL site.
On December 28, the EPA announced a proposal that would weaken the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS), which helps protect the health and safety of American families. Read PSR’s statement.
In the Los Angeles Daily News, PSR-Los Angeles’ Denise Duffield discusses the need for stricter cleanup standards at the contaminated SSFL site.
PSR welcomes a new report examining the use of secret chemicals in fracking operations. Why doesn’t EPA require disclosure of the identities of possibly toxic or carcinogenic chemicals?
Why would the government roll back a common-sense, health-protective rule that limits the amount of “fugitive” methane that can be leaked, vented or flared from oil and gas operations on federal and tribal lands? PSR opposes the proposal to roll back this rule, and PSR health professionals from the heavily fracked states of Colorado, New …
PSR leaders and staff stood with other health professionals, scientists, academics and NGO representatives at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s public hearing in Washington, DC to voice strong opposition to the EPA’s proposed rule, “Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science.” Throughout the 12-hour-long hearing, the vast majority of speakers who testified raised concerns and criticism of …
Ahead of tomorrow’s U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hearing on its proposed “Censoring Science” rule, PSR and other medical and public health professionals, academics, and organizations are strongly voicing our opposition to this ill-founded proposal. 69 public health, medical, academic, and scientific groups representing millions of Americans released the following statement today to express concern …