[sg_popup id=”4204″ event=”inherit”][/sg_popup]Anything and everything you do matters.
First, the bad news: The issues are complex and may seem overwhelming.
The good news: There are lots of ways to do something about them!
Here are some ideas—or contact us and let’s talk!
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Concerned enough to pick up the phone or write something? Fantastic!
- Find out who your representatives are and how to contact them here.
- Write a letter to the editor. (We can help.)
- Testify at a legislative or regulatory hearing—when the time is right.
- Write an article or blog post about one of the issues we work on. How is your family, community, or practice impacted by climate change, toxics, food systems, or the threat of nuclear war? Do you have a story to share about how you and your community are creatively making a difference? We might want to feature your story on our site! Send us an email. Let’s talk.
Bring people together
We are delighted to help raise awareness about environmental health with groups of people, all across the state. Invite us to come speak—or let’s plan a movie screening, postcard-writing party, or potluck dinner. Advocacy is more fun (and more effective!) with friends.
Talk to your friends, family, and colleagues about the issues you care about. Share articles on social media. Strike up conversations. Tell them about Texas PSR.
Join our Team!
Texas PSR seeks a part-time Program Manager to assist in the operations of the
Climate and Health Education program. The Program Manager reports to the Executive
Director and plays an essential role in the primary program operated by Texas PSR.
Please refer to the attached document for further description and application instructions: