Press Clips

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


INVESTIGATION INTO CLIMATE CHANGE REPORT CONCLUDES, SCIENTISTS CLAIM PERSECUTION

From: Red Orbit
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), a watchdog group that is providing legal representation for Monnett, called the investigation a politically motivated…

POLAR BEAR SCIENTIST OPPOSED INDUSTRY RESEARCH INITIATIVE

From: Nature
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), a watchdog group based in Washington DC that is providing legal representation for Monnett, has called the investigation…

FEDS CONCLUDE PROBE OF POLAR BEAR SCIENTISTS

From: NPR
A federal investigation into two researchers who wrote a famous report on drowned polar bears is finally over, according to their lawyer. But the scientists still haven't been allowed…

DROWNED POLAR BEARS: PROBE OF ARCTIC SCIENTIST CONCLUDED

From: Alaska Dispatch
The report involving Monnett and Gleason "is circulating within the U.S. Department of Interior but is still unavailable to the two scientists who are its subjects," according…

SUSPENDED FEDERAL SCIENTIST WAS INVESTIGATED FOR ALLEGED CONFLICTS

From: Anchorage Daily News
Arctic scientist Charles Monnett was investigated by the federal government for perceived conflicts of interest in his job…according to documents obtained by Nature…

SUSPENDED FEDERAL SCIENTIST WAS INVESTIGATED FOR ALLEGED CONFLICTS

From: Anchorage Daily News
Arctic scientist Charles Monnett was investigated by the federal government for perceived conflicts of interest in his job…according to documents obtained by Nature…

FEDS OK KILLING OF FEMALE WOLF THAT KILLED COWS IN NEW MEXICO

From: Arizona Daily Star
Daniel Patterson of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility accused the federal government of encouraging a welfare ranching policy through its actions. …

CONTROVERSIAL FLORIDA WETLANDS PROJECT HIRED LOBBYIST WITH DEP CONNECTION TO PUSH PERMIT

From: Tampa Bay Times
"However," he said, "I have never before seen lobbyists used in the permit application process." "That's a doozy," agreed Jerry Phillips, a former DEP attorney who now…

MARK IN THE MORNING: N.J. FULL OF NATURAL RESOURCES, HISTORY THAT ARE WORTH PRESERVING

From: NorthJersey.com
The state Department of Environmental Protection wants to clear-cut six acres of ancient forest at Bull's Island on the Delaware. The National Park Service is looking…

CASS SUNSTEIN'S RESIGNATION ENCOURAGES ADVOCATES FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY

From: Huffington Post
"Sunstein left behind a muddled regulatory approach that appeared to buy into a phony, largely Republican agenda that regulations were job killers but not life savers,"…