Press Clips

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


FOR WOLVES ON THE BRINK, A HOBBLED RECOVERY PLAN

From: Yale environment 360
The whistleblower organization behind this J’accuse is Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), which has harried the agency over the…

LAWSUIT REVEALS FDA CONCERNS ABOUT VOLUNTARY ANTIBIOTIC REDUCTION

From: Food Integrity Campaign
One of GAP's sister organizations, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), sued FDA for documents showing what progress exists regarding…

FOOD SAFETY CONCERNS OVER DRUG RESISTANCE

From: Food Poisoning Bulletin
When it comes to reducing the amount of antibiotics in livestock, a voluntary policy isn’t very effective, an environmental advocacy group, Public Employees…

FDA DOCUMENTS SHOW INTERNAL CONCERN ABOUT VOLUNTARY ANTIBIOTICS APPROACH

From: Food Safety News
Internal U.S. Food and Drug Administration documents recently made public show that the agency has some concern over whether its voluntary approach will successfully…

ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS WIN CHALLENGE TO GENE-ALTERED CROPS ON NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES IN SOUTH

From: The Washington Post
In their lawsuit, Center for Food Safety, Beyond Pesticides and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility said that there are several ongoing environmental…

WILDLIFE SUIT COULD DETERMINE CAPE WIND'S FATE

From: South Coast Today
In a brief filed earlier this month, the Alliance, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and other environmental and citizens groups from as far away…

COURT RULES GMOS OK ON WILDLIFE REFUGES

From: ENews Park Forest
A lawsuit challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (FWS) practice of permitting genetically engineered (GE) crops on wildlife refuges was dismissed by…

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…