This was a busy week and we are grateful to see many of you
out there in the streets
and on social media
demanding recognition of
climate change in our
federal government.

PSR Philadelphia  joined 350Philadelphia and many other great local organizations and individual people in a #DayAgainstDenial.

We brought letters to the Philadelphia offices of our
US Senators,
Bob Casey and Pat Toomey. 

Hopefully, you had a chance to read our first fact in our new climate change series because it is already time for a quiz. Do not worry, no studying is required. This week's  Fact 2: Many Americans do not know much about climate change includes a link to an interactive quiz where you can see just how much you know about the health impacts of climate change.  

Please see the side poster for more detailed information about our upcoming Advocacy Training for Medical Professionals and Students on January 28th from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. at Jefferson University's Connelly Auditorium 1001 Locust Street in Philadelphia. 

We hope that many of you will join us and use this poster to spread the word. Please find the registration link  here  and be sure to urge guests to register soon, as the limited number of places are filling quickly.

Whatever comes our way these next few years, PSR Philadelphia is committed to  promoting social responsibility by protecting health,  the environment and communities through education, training, direct service, and advocacy.

Thank you for joining us in this commitment. 

In deep gratitude,

PSR Philadelphia Staff, Board Members and Volunteers

Philadelphia protest
on 9 January 2017
outside during the march
between the  offices of
PA Senators Casey and Toomey.
PSR-Philadelphia - Climate Change Fact Series

Fact 2: Many Americans do not know much about climate change. Take an interactive quiz to see how well you know the facts about the health impacts of climate change.

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