Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility would like to invite you to join us for an evening at Lagunitas Taproom and Beer Sanctuary in Ballard! Get your free ticket to the event HERE!
Lagunitas has generously agreed to donate all beer proceeds to WPSR. In addition to refreshing beverages and activities, the food truck – Now Make Me A Sandwich will be onsite to provide low-cost, mouthwatering sandwiches!
WPSR is the Washington state chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR). Physicians for Social Responsibility has been working for more than 50 years to create a healthy, just and peaceful world for both the present and future generations. We envision a world where all live healthy lives free from the threats of nuclear war, global climate catastrophe and injustice.
We hope you can make it for this relaxed and festive evening!
Don’t forget to claim a TICKET!
Overview from the recent IPCC Special Report, 4th National Climate Assessment and Lancet Countdown
PSR webinar featuring speaker Hunter Cutting, Director of Strategic Communications at Climate Nexus. Cutting will be discussing the latest climate science and the range of impacts projected with a focus on health. He will cover what needs to be done from an emissions reductions and economic transition perspective to avoid these disastrous consequences, while highlighting the most effective language and messaging in discussing them. 8:00-9:00 p.m. ET.
Join PSR Arizona for a screening of 2 short and one long film on the adverse impacts of uranium mining on communities and our environment, followed by Q&A with filmmaker Justin Clifton and panel discussion with public health activists.
Co-sponsored by PSR Arizona, Nuclear Resister, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Sierra Club (Rincon Group), and more.
Northwest Innovation Works, a fossil fuel company, seeks to build the largest fracked-gas to methanol refinery in Kalama, Washington. This facility would be the largest emitter of greenhouse gases in Washington, threaten air and water quality, and pollute to the equivalent of 1.2 million cars.
A new Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) on the project misses many likely impacts and the true costs of this project. While the company argues that this facility would be a net-benefit for the climate, independent researchers find that it could be the largest source of carbon pollution in Washington by 2025.
Join Washington PSR at this public hearing to testify in opposition to polluting fracked gas infrastructure in Washington!
Can’t attend? Submit a comment before December 13th.
The Western North Carolina Chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility meets on the third Friday of each month at:
The First Congregational United Church of Christ,
20 Oak Street (just off College St. in downtown Asheville)
12:00 noon til 2:00 PM
Bag lunch and social 12:00 til 12:30
Chapter business: 12:30 til 2:00 PM
Parking is available behind the church
Enter the church or ring doorbell at the glass doors on Oak Street.
The Harrisburg/Hershey chapter will offer the film “Living Downstream” documentary about Sandra Steingraber’s personal story. She struggled with cancer while leading a coalition to ban fracking in New York State. Everyone welcome.
A symposium for health professionals, focusing on the health impacts of fracking and the substantially enlarged production sites expanding rapidly in the Front Range. Endorsed by PSR/National and with the participation of the PSR/Colorado Working Group.