Physicians for Social Responsibility: Advocating for Safe Communities

Posted by Amy Guinan

Mar 5, 2015 8:00:00 AM

logo-1Established for more than 50 years, Physicians for Social Responsibility is a 501c3 organization that employs medical and health expertise to protect communities from climate change, toxic chemicals and nuclear proliferation.  With a team of scientists, doctors, health professionals and industry leaders, PSR is able to make sound policy recommendations and meaningful research contributions.  

PSR has an extensive website that provides in depth analysis of climate change and nuclear issues.Topics include:

Some of the resources PSR has available include an extensive line up of professional speakers and experts, reports, fact sheets, template letters to policy makers, videos and more

The website has an extensive list of upcoming PSR events around the country, membership opportunities are available, and local chapters are regularly active. 

This blog is part of an on-going series highlighting thought leaders in the Non Profit sector.

The Politics of Energy - Educated Voices Needed

The next two years will be challenging for advocates of clean energy in America.  

The new Republican majority in Congress is threatening to rollback the progress of the past 6 years.  Fossil fuels (tar sands oil, coal and natural gas) are their energy sources of choice - with renewable energy (solar, wind, geothermal) pushed aside and starved of funding.

That is why the non-profit organizations we are highlighting in this series need your support.  They have the means to educate - to inspire - to call to action - the people (like you) that can make a real difference in the debate - and keep us moving on the road to clean energy.

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