Physicians for Social Responsibility condemns the Russian invasion: https://www.psr.org/blog/physicians-for-social-responsibility-condemns-the-russian-invasion-of-ukraine/
Let’s pay attention to what COVID-19 is telling us about climate change.
We must save lives at risk from COVID and the new nuclear arms race.
August 6 and 9 are days of remembrance. On those days in 1945, the U.S. dropped two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing more than 200,000 civilians. Those two days changed the world forever. We now know the face of annihilation. READ MORE
Mainers collectively pay $257 million a year in taxes toward the arms race, exacerbating the detonation threat and diverting crucial resources. BY BENJAMIN T. COLLINGS SPECIAL TO THE PRESS HERALD Aug. 6 and 7 marked the 74th commemoration of the detonation of nuclear weapons at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. READ MORE
We must prevent war with Iran By Maureen McCue, Tribune New Service. The BDN publishes opinions from partner news services to bring a wider variety of perspectives to readers. • June 3, 2019 11:52 am As a physician and member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, I am deeply troubled by the intemperate rhetoric about Iran coming from …
Passage of the most recent version of a solar energy bill, LD 1711, is good news for Maine. The legislation was sponsored by Lincoln County Sen. Dana Dow, a Republican, and approved by a majority in the House and Senate. Locally, Sen. Erin Herbig, D-Waldo County, and Reps. Scott Cuddy, D-Winterport; Jan Dodge, D-Belfast; Vicki …
A psychiatrist, Janis Petzel, gave a chilling talk, “Death by Degrees: The Health Crisis of Climate Change in Maine.” Global warming means more Lyme disease and other insect-borne sicknesses such as anaplasmosis; more heat exhaustion, READ MORE
As a species, we seem to be spectacularly resistant to the cautionary lessons of history. Humans began using lead several thousand years ago. But we are still trying to address the use of lead in close proximity to children today. READ MORE
One of the things that we all seem to share living in Maine is a sensibility about spending money. But when it comes to the nuclear arms budget, this is farthest from the truth. With over 4,000 warheads in the US stockpile, including 1,400 that are currently deployed, we have more than enough to keep …