Press Clips

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


DEP PLAN TO REMOVE TREES ON BULLS ISLAND REJECTED

From: NJ.com

Bill Wolfe, director of New Jersey PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility), had been vocal in his objections with the DEP plan as well as the timing of…

PIPELINE OPPONENTS: NOT ENOUGH COMMENT TIME

From: Cape May County Herald

"That’s unfair, according to Bill Wolfe of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. The Thanksgiving eve release of the MOA gave the public less…

FINAL REPORT CONFIRMS MISCONDUCT AT BUSH-ERA OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL

From: Government Executive

"The current Office of Special Counsel, run by Carolyn Lerner, released the report and noted that OSC earlier this year reached a settlement on the case…

EIGHTY 'OLD GROWTH' SYCAMORES TARGETED FOR REMOVAL AT BULL'S ISLAND IN WAKE OF CAMPER'S DEATH

From: NJ.com

"“People do not need a safe corridor to walk through the woods,” said Bill Wolfe, director of New Jersey PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility). “With…

BE PREPARED: NAVIGATING THE RISKS OF HAZARDS RESEARCH

From: Earth

"Scientists “are very knowledgeable and smart in the area they are working on,” says Douglass, who works for Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), which…

BATTLE LINES DRAWN ON PROPOSED PINELANDS PIPELINE AGREEMENT

From: Shore News Today

"As part of the MOA, South Jersey Gas would pay the Pinelands Commission $8 million. The money would be used for education and land acquisition, according to…

UNPLEASANT LESSONS FROM CASE OF FORMER U.S. PARK POLICE CHIEF

From: The Washington Post

"When she joined the Park Police, she was already retired from an earlier law enforcement job. Her husband also was retired. They had income that wasn’t dependent…

ENVIRONMENTALISTS CONDEMN PIPELINE PLAN AT GALLOWAY HEARING

From: Press of Atlantic City

"GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Dozens of environmental advocates and area residents strongly condemned a draft plan that would allow a 22-mile natural gas pipeline…

FAA REGS RENDER FOREST SERVICE DRONES FLIGHTLESS

From: FCW

"Two drones purchased six years ago by the U.S. Forest Service for $100,000 have yet to be used, according to documents released by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility.…

PIPELINE PROS AND CONS TO BE AIRED

From: Asbury Park Press

"But it’s important to look at how past and future emissions totals compare if BL England gets running again as a full-time, base load generating station like…