Press Clips

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


A REACTIONARY CLEARCUT

From: The Philadelphia Review of Books
Bill Wolfe was a planner for the New Jersey DEP in the 1980s and 1990s, and then worked as Policy Director for New Jersey’s chapter of the Sierra…

YELLOWSTONE PARK REQUESTS COMMENTS ON CELL TOWER

From: Bozeman Daily Chronicle
In July, a watchdog group, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, sent a letter to National Park Service regional director John Wessels, asking…

"CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?" VERIZON WANTS TO ERECT CELL TOWER NEAR LAKE IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK

From: National Parks Traveler
Earlier this year Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility harshly criticized the proposal, saying not only had the park failed to seek public comment…

BLM LOOKS FOR BALANCE

From: High Country News
Last week, a career BLM natural resources specialist retired and sent one last missive to his colleagues strongly criticizing the agency. The watchdog group Public…

3 ENDANGERED PANTHERS KILLED IN FLA.

From: Hispanic Business.com
All three were killed by car collisions in Collier County, documents released by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility said. One was a mature radio-collared…

LAWSUIT: CAPE WIND THREATENS ENDANGERED SPECIES

From: BizSmart
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound and other conservation groups today filed a brief in the U.S. District Court for…

CAPE WIND FOES TURN UP HEAT

From: BizSmart
The Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and a handful of other groups yesterday filed a motion for summary judgment in…

FOREST SERVICE FINDS MIDDLE ROAD ELUSIVE

From: RGJ.com
Earthjustice and other groups — including the Wilderness Society, Sierra Club, the Forest Issues Group, Sierra Foothills Audubon Society and Public Employees for Environmental…

WOLVES LOSING GROUND STATE BY WESTERN STATE

From: Environment News Service

"Although fewer than 60 Mexican wolves remain in the wild, the release of more is not likely given the response of the Service late last month to a formal…

NM RESIDENTS VOW TO FIGHT FOREST TRAVEL PLAN

From: The Modesto Bee
Daniel Patterson, southwest director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, said both ranchers and land managers are in a tough situation. "It's been…