Press Clips

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


MORE TRANSPARENCY URGED IN PIPELINE SAFETY PROGRAM

From: The Cordova Times

"Greater transparency is needed on the federal pipeline safety program, to let the public know more about these high-risk facilities and what is being done…

WHY WOULD A CLIMATE SCIENTIST NEED A QUICK COURSE IN LEGAL SELF-DEFENSE?

From: Think Progress

"“It’s an issue few researchers contemplate as they prepare for a career in science,” Scott Mandia, professor of physical sciences at Suffolk County Community…

US PARK POLICE CHIEF ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

From: The Washington Post

"“The stand Chief Chambers took has helped others sound the alarm to better protect the public,” Paula Dinerstein, the senior counsel for Public Employees…

U.S. PARK POLICE CHIEF TERESA CHAMBERS WILL RETIRE IN DECEMBER

From: WUSA9

"The first female leader of the oldest uniformed federal constabulary has announced her retirement today, officials said. U.S. Park Police Chief Teresa Chambers will retire…

US PARK POLICE CHIEF ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

From: The Wall Street Journal

"The stand Chief Chambers took has helped others sound the alarm to better protect the public," Paula Dinerstein, the senior counsel for Public Employees…

FORMER PG POLICE OFFICER TO RETIRE AS HEAD OF U.S. PARK POLICE

From: Laurel Patch

"According to the website Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, Chambers’ was stripped of her badge, gun and police authority on Dec. 5, 2003, just…

PARK POLICE CHIEF CHAMBERS TO RETIRE

From: Federal Times

"Teresa Chambers, the U.S. Park Police chief who waged an almost seven-year legal battle to reclaim her job, will retire early next month. “It is time for me to…

PEER SAYS ELECTRONIC MONITORING PROGRESS STILL DRY-DOCKED

From: The Cordova Times

"Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility has released documents arguing that after years of planning, the transition to electronic monitoring systems…

CRITICS: NO PUBLIC NEED FOR PROPOSED GAS PIPELINE THROUGH THE PINELANDS

From: Asbury Park Press

"But in that case, the commission’s agreement with electric company Conectiv (now Atlantic City Electric) “turned on a rigorous demonstration of need,” said…

PARKS TREAD A DIGITAL DIVIDE

From: The Wall Street Journal

"It's hard to commune with nature when somebody is able within earshot to make stock orders or conduct a business meeting," said Jeff Ruch, of the Public…