Press Clips

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


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…

TAKING THE STAND

From: DC Bar
For whistleblowers and other federal employees alike, this elaborate civil service appeals process looks like a giant rubber stamp for approving adverse personnel actions.…

FEDERAL SCIENTIST WHO REPORTED DROWNED POLAR BEARS IS REPRIMANDED

From: The Cordova Times
No charges will be brought against a scientist regarding his high profile research on polar bears, despite a two and a half year investigation, Public employees…

INQUIRY FINDS NO PROOF THAT FEDERAL BIOLOGIST FALSIFIED DATA

From: The New York Times
Then the Web site of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a group that provides an outlet for federal whistleblowers, started posting some of the…