Press Clips

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


STATE LAGS IN ENFORCEMENT OF KEY LAW

From: Greenwire

"The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility analysis cites state data showing a decline in hazardous waste enforcement cases since 2011."

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STUDY: FLORIDA NOT REGULATING TOXIC WASTE POLLUTERS

From: Florida Center for Investigative Reporting

"The report, by the Florida chapter of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, examined several years of public records and…

THE PRESIDENT'S UNFINISHED PROMISE: THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT STILL LACKS A MEANINGFUL SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY POLICY

From: The Huffington Post

"As Jeff Ruch, Director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility commented on Houser's case (i.e., the Klamath River dams) as published in Greenwire…

PARROT TAILINGS: A WHAT-IF SCIENTIFIC CONTROVERSY

From: The Montana Standard

"Is the well-publicized scientific quagmire surrounding the Parrot tailings too esoteric for the general public to understand?…

ON THE FIRING LINE: BULLIES IN STETSONS

From: counterpunch

Scanning the Sunday New York Times during the summer of 1990, President George Herbert Walker Bush read how an Idaho rancher had threatened to slit the throat of…

HAS AMERICA UNITES GONE TOO FAR?

From: The Malibu Times

"December marked a tough month for parent activist Jennifer deNicola and her group, America Unites for Kids (AU), which was dealt a blow in the U.S. District…

ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY IN THE CITIZEN: JAN. 11, 2016

From: The Citizen

 "Jan. 11, 2011

No more genetically…

WILL CALIFORNIA PLAY FAIR WITH TIRE CRUMB SYNTHETIC TURF?

From: QWERTY Media Resources

"'It should have been corrected a long time ago', toxicologist Suzanne Wuerthele told ESPN about the report she sent from her regional US/EPA office in…

THIS WEEK ON RING OF FIRE RADIO

"Jeff Ruch from Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility will tell us how the USDA suspended a top scientist for publishing research about adverse effects on monarch butterflies from widely-used…

ADVENTURE TRAILS STUCK IN NEUTRAL

From: The Sheet

"In its last regular meeting before the end of the year, the Inyo County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing on the Eastern Sierra Adventure Trails Pilot Project…