Press Clips

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


UPDATED: NATIONAL PARK CONCESSIONAIRES WANT EXPANDED CELLPHONE, INTERNET SERVICE IN THE PARKS

From: National Parks Traveler

"Officials at Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility on Thursday called the plan "a giant step toward ‘Disney-fying’ park interpretation, replacing…

IS POLAR BEAR SCIENTIST MONNETT STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION?

From: Alaska Dispatch

"Yet according to attorney Jeff Ruch, who has represented Monnett throughout the investigation, the Office of the Inspector General has confirmed the case remains…

OUR GULF ECOSYSTEM

From: Florida Weekly

"And it starts with a business mindset, says Jerry Phillips, who directs the Florida arm of PEER, or Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a national…

COULD NATIONAL PARK SERVICE'S PLANS FOR CORPORATE LICENSING AGREEMENTS EXPLOIT THE PARKS?

From: National Parks Traveler

"That concern was voiced by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility this week as the Park Service closed the public comment period on a draft…

EXPANDED ROLE FOR INDUSTRY DOESN’T HOLD WATER WITH ENVIRONMENTALISTS

From: NJ Spotlight

"Bill Wolfe, director of the New Jersey Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, said the bill would also change how the institute develops risk assessments.…

NJ BILL COULD CHANGE REGULATION OF DRINKING WATER CONTAMINANTS

From: Philly.com

"Bill Wolfe of NJ PEER said that adding industry to the board would “set up conflicts of interests.”

He also said the bill would change the procedure the institute…

GOVERNMENT SCIENTIST FIRED FOR TELLING THE TRUTH

From: Breitbart

"Now, seven more DOI scientists working on the Klamath Project have filed a complaint with PEER (Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility), claiming they have…

MORE WHISTLES SOUND ON KLAMATH RIVER SCIENCE

From: Two Rivers Tribune

"Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) filed a complaint Monday, Jan. 7, 2013 with the Department of the Interior on behalf of the seven…

EDITORIAL: SCIENCE REMAINS THE UNDERDOG IN POLITICAL BATTLES

From: Record Searchlight

"Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility filed a scientific integrity complaint last week alleging the Bureau of Reclamation's Klamath Basin Area…

'THE OBAMA FOLKS CAN SOMETIMES BE SHAMED INTO DOING THE RIGHT THING'

From: Record Searchlight

"It's easy to say neener-neener, and the administration deserves it. But how does the current administration measure up compared with its predecessors? I asked…