Wishing you the best this holiday season and a happy new year!
It is with much gratitude and respect that we thank you, our donors and supporters, for coming together during a year of so much uncertainty to help us continue the work we do.  

PSR PA Staff and Volunteers
YOU make our work possible!

Some of what we did over the past year include:

●     PA Health Check Up, an in-depth symposium on health impacts of unconventional gas development;
●     Advocacy for families in SW PA where a cluster of unusual childhood cancers has gone unaddressed by the PA Departments of Health and Environmental Protection;
●     Code Red PA Gun Violence Coalition – we co-chair a state effort to bring the health professional voice to responsible gun ownership and gun violence prevention;
●     Clean Energy and Health symposium brought leading speakers and environmentalists on clean energy laws, renewable energy and health in Pennsylvania;
●     Electrification support with promotion of heat pumps and induction stoves;
●     Weekly mentorship programs with young men at Abbottsford Homes;
●     Testimony at the US EPA, state DEP and city on, a variety of environmental issues;
●     Advocacy trainings at Drexel School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Jefferson University, Crozer Chester Medical Center, and Cooper Medical School. Leading the way to empower health professionals.
PSR PA Event - Save the Date
PA Health Check-up
When: January 28, 2020 at 7:00 PM
Where: Zoom

During this PA Health Check-up, we will discuss the health impacts of the unconventional gas development industry. We will have three speakers and a period for discussion at the end of the meeting. We will also be launching our new initiative, Concerned Health Professionals of Pennsylvania (CHHPA), a group of health professionals committed to end fracking in PA, as there is no safe way to frack.
COVID-19 Update
Pennsylvania COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring Dashboard Update for Dec. 18 – Dec. 25: Case Increases Near 46,800; Percent Positivity at 15.1% and All 67 Counties with Substantial Transmission.

Governor Tom Wolf reminds citizens to protect one another by following public health guidelines. The update reviews community transmission, cases among 5-18 year olds, business visit transmissions and travel recommendations.
Click here for a Pennsylvania COVID-19 update.

Click here for a link to the COVID Alert PA phone app, released and updated by the PA DOH.
We are working across the state to bring advocacy and education to Pennsylvania. Our focus remains the same.

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Published: December 31, 2020