National PSR and a coalition of nonprofit organizations and scientists have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. EPA, asking the court to throw out a new EPA policy barring anyone receiving grant money from the agency from serving on its scientific advisory panels.
The links between burning fossil fuels and adverse health impacts continue to grow. Four recent studies show that sharply reducing our dependence on fossil fuels would result in significant health and economic benefits for our society.
PSR's Pediatric Environmental Health Toolkit is a resource for health professionals to better understand how to protect patients from environmental toxins in their air, water, food and products.
Chlorpyrifos is harmful to human health. Six AGs and a dozen groups challenged EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's decision not to ban the toxic pesticide from US food crops.
Carbon pollution and climate change harm children's health in Maryland, writes Chesapeake PSR Climate Health Action Team Co-Lead Alfred Bartlett MD.