Location: Harvard Medical School’s Countway Library
Join GBPSR and IPPNW for this year's Global Health and Peace Awards, honoring Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey for the extraordinary work they have done as longtime leaders for climate action and nuclear disarmament.
3-Part Webinar Series: Sept 22, Oct 10, & Nov 14
Jointly provided by Greater Boston PSR and the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS).
GBPSR October Monthly Meeting
Greater Boston PSR October Monthly Meeting October 2, 2023 7:00pm, via Zoom Open to All Contact Executive Director Anna Linakis for questions or to request the Zoom link. firstname.lastname@example.org
Climate & Nuclear Webinar Series: Part 2
3-part webinar series on the overlapping health risks of climate change and nuclear development, particularly on environmental justice populations. Jointly provided by Greater Boston PSR and the Massachusetts Medical Society (MMS).
Op-ed in CommonWealth Magazine by Brita Lundberg, MD, Chair of Greater Boston PSR, and Adrienne Allen, MD.
Boston Globe Brita Lundberg, chair of the board at Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility who co-authored a December 2019 resolution on the connection between gas stoves and childhood asthma approved by…
Escalating Costs of Billion-Dollar Disasters in the US: Climate Change Necessitates Disaster Risk Reduction
Paper co-authored by Greater Boston PSR member Vijai Bhola in the Journal of Climate Change and Health.
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Welcome to Greater Boston PSR
We are a group of over 1,800 health professionals and community members in Massachusetts whose mission is to raise public awareness about the two existential threats to human health: nuclear war and climate change.
- To inform the public and policy makers of the human health impacts of climate change and nuclear weapons
- To promote local, state and federal action on these issues
- To build coalitions with like minded groups to amplify this message
nuclear weapons are on high alert
As a physician-led advocacy group, we consider it our professional responsibility to inform the public and policy makers of the catastrophic human health impacts of nuclear weapons.
deaths from air pollution in the U.S. each year
As a physician-led advocacy group, we consider it our professional responsibility to inform the public and our policy makers of the devastating human health impacts of the climate crisis.
CME Credits Available
Connecting the Dots: Air Pollution, Climate and Health
On-demand webinar designed for health professionals seeking in-depth understanding of the health sequelae of air pollution driven climate change.