Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility (GBPSR) calls for an immediate halt to operations at the Weymouth Compressor Station and a legislative review of the serious safety and health issues posed by its operation.
The Nation – From Minnesota to Massachusetts, the Canadian pipeline company is engaged in crimes against humanity and the earth—abetted by state power.
CommonWealth – The gas industry and pro-gas organizations have been quick to blame renewable energy and clean technology as the leading cause of the Texas energy disaster. But the reality is that this crisis was caused by poor planning and an over-reliance on natural gas.
Written by Greater Boston PSR members Dr. Caren Solomon and Dr. Philip Landrigan
Presentation by GBPSR’s Dr. Brita Lundberg from Sustainable Middlesex Carbon Countdown 2021.
Article from Earthwhile/WBUR citing GBPSR’s opposition to the compressor station in Weymouth.
Letter to Governor Charlie Baker from GBPSR Chair of the Board Brita Lundberg, MD, asking him to withdraw a proposal to allow biomass incinerators to qualify for renewable energy subsidies under the state’s Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard.
New York Times – The expansion of Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline is a breathtaking betrayal of Minnesota’s Indigenous communities — and the environment.
Greater Boston PSR statement on the climate and health dangers of the proposed Springfield Biomass Incinerator.
In this radio piece from WGBH News, hear from GBPSR board member Dr. Brita Lundberg and others about how actions that address urban heat islands are invariably anti-racist.