Press Clips

Following are recent press clips from national publications that relate to PEER issues, campaigns and news releases.


FEDS TO PROBE POSSIBLE MISUSE OF GRANTS ON DELTA TUNNELS SCHEME

From: Central Valley Business Times

"How the state of California spent millions of dollars of federal aid on preparing the environmental impact statement for its controversial Delta…

CALIFORNIA'S TUNNELS SPENDING PROMPTS FEDERAL REVIEW

From: ABC 30 Action News

"A group called Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility asked for the review, on behalf of an unidentified federal whistleblower."

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WESTERN WATER: INTERIOR PROBES CALIFORNIA USE OF WILDLIFE FUNDING FOR TUNNELS

From: E&E News

"The public interest law firm Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility requested an investigation into the grant in February, based on a disclosure from a Reclamation…

GROUP ASKS AGENCIES TO REVIEW IMPACTS OF PUBLIC GRAZING

From: Greenwire

"In its filings today, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility argued that those federal grazing activities reduce soil carbon sequestration, generate methane…

BUNDYS FIRE BACK AT REID FOR TERRORISM MONUMENT REMARKS

From: Greenwire

"Cliven Bundy's wife and an attorney for their son Ammon both shot back at Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) after the senator criticized the family's armed…

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE FAR FROM ACHIEVING HYDRATION STATION GOALS

From: National Parks Traveler

"The seemingly sluggish movement on cutting back on plastic waste was criticized last week by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, which…

LETTER: LIFESAVING RULING

From: The Malibu Times

"Kudos to Jennifer deNicola and America Unites, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, and the teachers, custodians, parents and alumni who had the…

PCBS IN MALIBU SCHOOLS

From: New York Times

"An estimated 25,000 American schools contain PCBs, one of a very few chemicals banned here and by international treaty because of their extreme toxicity."

SANCTIONED SLAUGHTER OF FISH EATING BIRDS BROKE LAW

From: The Daily Astorian

"The advocacy group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility sued the government to stop the practice, which is known as “lethal removal.”"

BUNDY MILITIA'S TAKEOVER DREAMS DASHED BY BOND BETWEEN RANCHERS AND FEDS

From: Courthouse News Service

"Since 1997, there have been between 15 and 42 violent attacks every year against employees of the Bureau of Land Management, according to a report by…