News from PSE view all

News from PSE June 11, 2022

Krieger Joins Al Gore to Discuss Climate Solutions

Elena Krieger, PhD, Adrienne Underwood

PSE Blog view all

PSE Blog January 9, 2023

The Power of a Decade

Seth B.C. Shonkoff, PhD, MPH

PSE Blog October 20, 2022

New Research Links Gas Leaks to Air Pollution

Jackson Goldman, BS

PSE Blog September 19, 2022

To Slow Global Warming We Must Cut Methane Emissions

Madelon L. Finkel, PhD

PSE in the Media view all

PSE in the Media March 26, 2023

Black, Latinx Californians Face Highest Exposure to Oil and Gas Wells

“The weight of scientific evidence clearly demonstrates that people living near oil and gas development have a greater risk of respiratory problems and adverse birth outcomes,” said Seth B.C. Shonkoff, executive director of PSE Healthy Energy

The Ritz Herald

PSE in the Media March 24, 2023

Black and Latino Californians Most Exposed to Oil and Gas Wells

More than one million Californians live near active oil or gas wells, potentially exposing them to drilling-related pollution that can contribute to asthma, premature births and a variety of other health problems.


PSE in the Media March 24, 2023

Bay Area Sets NOx Emissions Standards For Gas Water Heaters & Furnaces, Effectively Ending Sales Starting In 2027

Big news for clean air last week. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) adopted amendments requiring the elimination of nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from new water heaters by 2027 and new furnaces by 2029.


Press Room view all

Press Release February 22, 2023

Over 18 percent of Maryland households are burdened by high energy bills

Adrienne Underwood, Warren Stokes II

Press Release February 1, 2023

New Mexico’s largest emitters overlooked in state climate policy

Adrienne Underwood