Press Clips

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


TRIBES AMEND BILL FOR BISON RANGE TRANSFER

From: Daily Inter Lake

"Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a national organization long opposed to tribal involvement in the Bison Range, is currently suing the federal…

ON ITS 100TH BIRTHDAY, A PROHIBITIVELY POPULAR PARK SERVICE

From: Pacific Standard

"This summer Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a Washington, D.C.-based watchdog, published a report on the state of visitor carrying capacities…

EPA PROPOSES NEW WATER RULES FOR NUCLEAR EMERGENCIES

From: Wall Street Journal

"In the wake of a nuclear emergency, the Environmental Protection Agency thinks it would be acceptable for the public to temporarily drink water containing…

FORMER EPA CHIEF ADMITS SHE WAS WRONG ABOUT AIR QUALITY POST 9/11

From: The Daily Caller

"Former head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Christine Todd Whitman, admitted she was wrong about the air-quality following the 9/11 attacks."

SMMUSD CANCELS PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER 'INTERRUPTION' THREAT

From: Santa Monica Mirror

"SMMUSD allowed reporters and camera crew into their Santa Monica headquarters for the organized conference only to announce the cancellation when a “rouge”…

CONSERVATION GROUPS LOSE FIGHT FOR WILDERNESS AT BIG CYPRESS NATIONAL PRESERVE

From: National Parks Traveler

"The 21-page ruling (attached below) gave total deference to decision-making on the matter by the Park Service, concluding that the arguments put forth…

APPEALS COURT RULES IN BIG CYPRESS SWAMP BUGGY ACCESS CASE

From: Naples Daily News

"Other groups suing over the Addition Lands trails were Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, the Florida Biodiversity Project, Sierra Club, Wilderness…

SMMUSD HAS UNTIL 2019 TO REMOVE PCB FROM MALIBU HIGH, JUAN CABRILLO

From: Malibu Surfside News

"As an initial matter, the court determined that PEER lacked organizational “standing” — a legal term essentially meaning the right to pursue an action —…

FEDERAL JUDGE APPROVES MALIBU CAMPUS MODERNIZATION PLAN

From: Canyon News

"According to the press release from the SMMUSD, the court case began on March 23, 2015. America Unites for Kids, which is a group of Malibu community members, and…

WITH RULING, FISH FARMS SEE RUIN FLYING IN

From: Arkansas Online

"Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, said individual permits to kill a limited number of double-crested cormorants…