Press Clips

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


YELLOWSTONE SLAMMED FOR CELL TOWER PLAN

From: Summit County Citizens Voice
“The Park Service did not follow its own plan and as a result there is less public involvement now,” said Jeff Ruch, director of Public Employees for Environmental…

BISHOP ON BOARD WITH ADVENTURE TRAILS

From: The Inyo Register
The Center for Biological Diversity and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility filed a lawsuit earlier this year in which they claim county leaders did not…

FWS CLOSE TO CREATING FIRST NATIVE AMERICAN-MANAGED WILDLIFE RANGE

From: CSG Knowledge Center
The decision, however, is opposed by a group of employees from state and federal conservation agencies called the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility…

A BIG-SKY BATTLE OVER BISON

From: The Wall Street Journal
The group, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, says the plan would remove experienced park managers.  more . . . 

US, MEXICO DISAGREE OVER BORDER FENCE

From: ABC News (AP)
Jeffrey Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, or PEER, said he will send a letter to the commission Wednesday demanding an explanation…

SOUTH COAST AERIAL SPRAYING CAUSE FOR CONCERN

From: East Bay RI.com
By using the pretext of a new emergency, the state improperly evaded Clean Water Act protections according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER).

NAMES OFTEN SHIELDED WHEN MISCONDUCT OCCURS

From: Federal Times
The agency’s stance is “unexpected and strange,” said Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, which filed the suit in federal…

ENVIRONMENTALISTS CONCERNED ABOUT EFFECT OF EEE AERIAL SPRAYING ON WATER

From: Taunton Daily Gazette
The Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) released a statement on Monday saying that it is now asking for a federal investigation of the state’s…

RAIL OPPONENTS SEEK REVISED IMPACT STUDY

From: South Coast Today
— Opponents of the South Coast Rail project Wednesday asked for the environmental impact study to be re-opened more . . . 

CLIMATE SCIENCE ATTACK GROUP TURNS SIGHTS ON TEXAS PROFESSORS

From: Facing South
Jeff Ruch, an attorney with the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund, which has helped Mann and others with legal fees, told the Guardian that the requests represent a "new…