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2016  

 Winter

Carbon Monoxide-Forgotten Killer

  • EPA Turns off Radiation Monitors, p. 3
  • Monsanto's Thumb on Science Scales, p. 6
  • Chemical Safety Implosion, p. 11

 

 Spring

Nullifying the Nullification Movement

  • Pebble Mine Eco-Conspiracy Debunked, p. 3
  • Grand Canyon's Contentious Cattalo, p. 5
  • Big Fracking Breakthrough, p. 7

 

 Summer

Big Win over Militarized Wildlife Management

  • Poisoning Another American Town, p. 3
  • Park Service's Corporate Sellout, p. 6
  • Weeping for the Trail of Tears, p. 11

 

2015  

 Winter

Aleutians Should Be Alaska’s First Marine Sanctuary

  • Water Rustling in California’s Drought, p. 5
  • Sick Park Syndrome, p. 7
  • New Tools for Battered Staff, p. 11

 

 

Spring

Butterflies Are Not Free

  • Closing the Manatee Rodeo, p. 3
  • Growing Scientific Fraud Scandal, p. 7
  • Taking Malibu School District to Court, p. 9

 

 

 

 

Summer

National Parks Have Lost Their Way

  • Chemical Safety Implosion, p. 3
  • Artificial Turf Debate Heats Up, p. 8
  • Climate Denial on Parade, p. 11

 

 

 

 

Fall

EPA Truant from America's Toxic Schools

  • Apocalypse Now of Sport Blitzes Refuge, p. 3
  • Park Ranger Numbers Drop as Visitor Numbers Soar, p. 8
  • Worst Industrial Accident in U.S. History Near Miss, p. 11

 

 

 

2014  

 

Winter  

Sick Schools Afflict Wealthy and Poor Alike

  • Denali’s Disappearing Wolves, p. 3
  • Chief Teresa Chambers Rides into Sunset, p. 6
  • Christie’s Parade of Garden State Follies, p. 9

 

 

 

Spring

Why Our Chemical Plants Keep Exploding

  • Record Manatee Deaths – Pollution Is Culprit, p. 3
  • Fabricating Wolf Science, p. 5
  • DC’s Stormwater Green Scam, p. 11

 

 

 

Summer

Resurgent Sagebrush Rebellion

  • Aerial Invasive Eradication Insanity, p. 3
  • Mass Desecrations at Effigy Mounds National Monument, p. 5
  • Why Soccer Goalies on Synthetic Turf Are Getting Sick, p. 11

 

 

 

Fall

Western Range Wars

  • USS Arizona Memorial Ticket Scam Exposed, p. 3
  • GE Crops Uprooted from All Refuges, p. 7
  • Malibu Parents & Teachers Protest Toxic Schools, p. 11

 

 

 2013  

 

Winter

Pipeline Rupture Roulette

  • Super-Storm Sandy and Climate Change, p. 3
  • Polar-Bear Gate Slams Shut, p. 6
  • Squandering in the Desert, p. 9

 

 

Spring

Silent Epidemic Stalking American Workplaces

  •  Shadow Superfund Sites in Your Neighborhood, page 5
  • Millions of Orphaned National Park Wilderness Acres, page 7
  • Synthetic Turf – Unsafe at Any Speed, page 11

 

 

Summer

Reactor Inundation Nightmare Scenarios

  •  $820,000 OSHA Whistleblower Settlement, page 3
  • New Protections for Petroglyph National Monument, page 7
  • Fracking Fluids Fed to Wildlife & Cattle, page 9

 

 

Fall

Park Visitors Exact Heavy Toll on Wildlife

  •  World’s Longest Environmental Litigation Plods On, page 3
  • Transmission Corridors Carve National Parks, page 6
  • Frightening Pipeline Safety Vacuum, page 9

 

 2012  

 

Winter

Fisheries Observers Told to See No Evil

  • Shovel-Ready Science, page 3
  • Things Don’t Always Go Better with Coke, page 7
  • Legal Defense Fund for Climate Scientists, page 11

 

 

 

Spring

FDA Timidity Puts Your Health at Risk

  • Two-Headed Fish Looking at You, page 3
  • Army Plan to Hollow Out Mountain, page 5
  • Statewide Wetlands Victory, page 7

 

 

 

 

Summer

Mexican Wolf Extinction Politics

  • Crusading EPA Scientist Restored, page 3
  • Big Wetlands Win over Tennessee Highway Agency, page 9
  • Revisit the Romney Eco-Record in Massachusetts, page 11

 

 

 

 

Fall

Aerial Spraying Public Health Hoax

  • Arctic Blowout Blow-Off, page 3
  • Artificial Sports Field Dangers, page 5
  • Border Wall Slated for Rio Grande Floodplain, page 11

 

 

 

 

 2011  

 

Winter

America’s Third World Waters

  • Florida Manatees Get Winter Relief, page 3
  • Park Service Lifts Leg on Desert Tortoises, page 6
  • Green Power Leaves Brown Footprint, page 9

 

 

 

 

 

Spring

No Green in Tea Party

  • Teresa Chambers Restored as U.S. Park Police Chief, page 3
  • California Cougar Shoot-on-Sight Flap, page 5
  • Park Service’s X-Games Agenda, page 7

 

 

 

Summer

Nuclear Meltdown Nonchalance

  • Preventing 9/11 First Responder Tragedies, page 3
  • Cutting Oil & Gas Drilling’s Toll on Refuges, page 6
  • Curbing the Growing Threat of Livestock Drugs, page 9

 

 

 

 

 

Fall

Arctic Witch Hunt

  • Science Skewed on BP Plume, page 3
  • Fracking Follies, page 4
  • Power Play at Delaware Water Gap, page 7

 

 

 

 2010  

 

Winter

EPA Elopes with King Coal

  • EPA Orders Couple to Remove YouTube Climate Video, page 3
  • Massachusetts Forest Biomass Fiasco, page 5
  • Big Bend Wilderness Map Flap, page 7

 

 

Spring

Wetlands Road Warriors

  • Preventable Bat Tragedy, page 3
  • Obama’s Opaque Openness, page 4
  • Genetically Modified Wildlife Refuges, page 6

 

 

 

 

Summer

Nightmare in the Gulf

  • EPA’s Colossal Coal Ash Dodge, page 4
  • Bay State School Asbestos Crisis, page 5
  • Resurgent Violence Versus U.S. Rangers, page 7

 

 

 

 

Fall

Science Still Under Siege

  • Plumbing the Depths of the Gulf, page 3
  • Navy Cannot Account for Its Munitions, page 9
  • L.A. River Declared Navigable – Grab a Paddle, page 11

 

 

 

 2009  

 

Winter

The Browning of Green Power

  • Guam Roots out Rare Wildlife, page 3
  • Obama Transition News, page 6
  • Corps Activist Paddles Off into Sunset, page 11

 

 

Spring

States Say Economy Makes Environment Expendable

  • Scientist Sanctioned for “Advocacy,” page 4
  • Drilling the Wilderness, page 5
  • Most Imperiled Refuges, page 11

 

 

 

 

Summer

Whistleblowers Still Waiting on Obama

  • Tire Crumb: Hazmat for Your Playground, page 5
  • Cresting Chromium Catastrophe, page 9
  • Reducing Road Kill in Parks, page 11

 

 

 

 

 

Fall

Putting the “H” Back into OSHA

  • Meet the Worst Federal Agency, page 4
  • The Leak That Saved California’s Parks, page 5
  • New Jersey’s Corruption Wonderland, page 6

 

 

2008  

 

Winter

Throttles Top Threat to Public Lands

  • 4Pharmaceuticals Fouling Our Waters, page 3
  • 4EPA to Re-Open Its Libraries, page 4
  • 4Forest Service Gets Taser-Happy, page 6

 

 

 

 

Spring

Polar Oil Stampede Tramples Arctic Wildlife

  • Nationwide Lead Paint Settlement, page 3
  • Grand Canyon Green-Wash, page 6
  • Appeals Court Rules for U.S. Park Police Chief Chambers, page 7

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

The Pentagon: America’s Biggest Environmental Threat

  • The Congressman and the Forest Fire: A Modern Morality Tale, page 4
  • New Battle of Little Bighorn, page 6
  • New Jersey Parks Stay Open by Collecting Rent, page 8

 

 

 

Fall

Mad Offshore Drilling Dash

  • Surrender on the Little Bighorn, page 4
  • Mud Wrestling with the Pentagon, page 6
  • Battling the Growing Gulf Dead Zone, page 11

 

 

 

 2007  

 

Winter

The Great Land Robbery

  • Scores of Refuges Left without Staff in “Preservation Status,” page 7
  • EPA Scientists Demand Action on Global Warming, page 8
  • BuRec Wants to Fire Biologist for E-mailing Environmentalists, page 9

 

 

 

 

Spring

Dam Lies on the Columbia

  • Kesterson Selenium Debacle Redux, page 3
  • EPA Embraces “Cause-Marketing” for Pesticides, page 5
  • New Jersey Toxic Day-Care Scandal Widens, page 7

 

 

 

Summer

Chemical Weapon Meltdown

  • Stifling Gag Order for NOAA Scientists, page 4
  • Alaska – New Smog Capital, page 5
  • Resignation Widens Interior Science Fraud Scandal, page 7

 

 

 

 

Fall

Whales Held Hostage by White House

  • Interior Attorney Charged with Secrets Act Violation, page 4
  • Take the New Jersey Toxic Mystery Tour, page 7
  • Army Wars on Environment—and Its Own Staff, page 9

 

 

2006  

 

Winter

Interior Has a Sick Headquarters

  • Refuge Growing Genetically Modified Crops, page 4
  • New Jersey Chromium Crisis, page 6
  • Environment Chief Resigns in Pollution Scandal, page 11

 

 

 

Spring

Bison Betrayal: Park Service Slaughters Its Icon

  • First Amendment Suit to Save Fish Passage Center, page 3
  • Toxic Outsourcing Screw Up in Bay State, page 6
  • Record Contamination Found in Minnesota Fish, page 7

 

 

 

Summer

NOAA’s Tsunami Follies

  • Scientist Revolt at EPA, page 4
  • Parks Drop Corporate Solicitation Plan, page 7
  • Right Steps for Right Whales, page 11

 

 

 

Fall

Florida Reaping Nature’s Revenge

  • How Honest is Your State? — find out on page 4
  • Day-Care in a Thermometer Factory, page 5
  • Confidentiality of PEER Membership List Upheld, page 11

 

 

2005  

 

Winter

EPA Embraces Human Pesticide Testing

  • Navy Kills Pregnant Right Whale, page 3
  • Co-workers Support Outspoken Panther Biologist, page 6
  • Puget Sound Development Victory, page 11

 

 

 

Spring

EPA Abandons Lead Poisoning Protections

  • Refuge Manager Charged With Crime for Saving Frogs, page 3
  • Fish & Wildlife Service Admits Whistleblower Was Right, page 6
  • A Thousand Whistleblower Cases Dumped, page 8

 

 

 

Summer

Public Science Enters Dark Age

  • Florida Campaign Cash for Promotion Scandal, page 4
  • Big Cypress Oil Buyout Cover-Up, page 6
  • EPA Betrays Another Montana Town, page 8

 

 

 

 

Fall

Sea Cows Becoming Sacrificial Lambs

  • Chemical Weapon Oops, page 3
  • Fish & Wildlife Pick is Male Biostitute, page 4
  • EPA Launches PR Campaign - “Science for You,” page 8

 

 

2004  

 

Winter

Faith-Based Parks?

  • Massachusetts Cancer Cluster, page 3
  • Science Takes a Mugging in Interior, page 5
  • OSHA Inspectors Exposed to On-The-Job Hazards, page 8

 

 

 

 

Spring

Whales Decimated By Ship Strikes

  • PEER Counsel is New Pentagon Whistleblower Ombudsman, page 3
  • Death of Solitude—Invasion of Cell Phone Towers, page 7
  • A Refuge Saved, For Now, page 9

 

 

 

Summer

Scientific Fraud Stains Fish & Wildlife Service

  • Ship Speed Limits to Protect Whales, page 3
  • Army About Face on Environmental Cuts, page 5
  • New Special Counsel Tries to Gag His Own, page 8

 

 

 

Fall

Yellowstone Wildlife Ravaged by Road-Kill

  • Anti-Outsourcing Suit Victory, page 3
  • Chief Chambers Case Goes to Trial, page 6
  • Wetlands Mitigation Fraud Exposed, page 11

 

 

 

2003  

 

Winter

Leftover Weapons Require Largest Cleanup Ever

  • Klamath Biologist Blows the Whistle, page 3
  • Park Service Management Meltdown, page 6
  • Gagging on Gag Orders, page 9 

 

 

 

 

 

Spring

Commercializing the Commons

  • Florida’s Extinction Alley, page 3
  • Pentagon Launches Renewed Drive for Environmental Immunity, page 5
  • New Governors Wreak Havoc, page 6

 

 

 

 

 

Summer

Pentagon Loses Pollution Immunity Drive

  • Southern Forests Suppress Historic Archives, page 3
  • Crying Wolf in Wyoming, page 5
  • Outsourcing Updates, page 8

 

 

 

Fall

Desert Fishes Drawn Into Death Spiral

  •  Massachusetts Auto Emission Mess, page 5
  •  Déjà vu in Western Everglades, page 7
  •  Scandals Reach Top Interior Officials, page 8

 

 

 

 

2002  

Winter

Yellowstone Ranger Sounds Grizzly Alarm 

  • Norton Falsifies Arctic Refuge Data, page 3
  • Resource Cops Reassigned to Homeland Security, page 4
  • Huge Cavern Discovered in Tennessee Sewage Fight, page 11

 

 

 

 

Spring

Environmental War at Sea

  • Collapse in Environmental Enforcement, page 4
  • Lynx Hoax Unmasked, page 6
  • Sliming Alaska’s North Slope, page 9

 

 

Summer

Hatcheries Spawning to Extinction

  • Pentagon Seeks Environmental Immunity, page 3
  • U.S. Prosecutor Wins Record Whistleblower Award, page 8
  • Politics Pushing Right Whale to Extinction, page 9

 

 

 

Fall

Prairie Dog-Fight in Texas 

  • Interior Land Trade Scandal in Utah, page 4
  • Coyote Snaring Snarl in Maine, page 5
  • Bush Stifles Environmental Review of Multinational Projects, page 6

 

 

 

2001  

Winter

Riding the Desert Storm

  • Endangered Species Meltdown, page 5
  • Corps Economist Vindicated, page 6
  • Fish Tales in Washington, page 9

 

 

 

 

Spring

Saving America’s Rivers by Curbing the Corps

  • Florida’s Reefs in the Balance, page 3
  • Victory in Huge Desert Lawsuit, page 5
  • Dirty Secrets of the Corps, page 9

 

 

 

Summer

Trumpeter Hunts Cause Population “Swan Dive”

  • Attacks Rise vs. Resource Workers, page 4
  •  Denver’s “Hot Potato,” page 5
  •  Doonesbury Does Map-maker Case, page 6

 

 

 

 

Fall

National Parks’ Unfinished Wilderness Agenda

  • EPA Enforcement Nominee Defeated, page 4
  • Environment Deemed Threat to National Security, page 6
  • Going to the Trenches for Salmon, page 8

 

 

2000  

 

Winter

Interior to Open Parks to Native American Hunting

 

  • Wolf Reintroduction Furor in Southwest, page 3
  • Forest Supervisor Quits Over “Fed Bashing” in Nevada, page 5
  • EPA Trades Away Air Quality, page 6

 

 

 

 

Spring

Cold War in the West Simmers On

  • Federal Employees Un-Gagged, page 5
  • Corps Caught Cooking the Books, page 6
  • Mother of All Desert Suits Filed, page 9

 

 

 

Summer

Big Apple Water Cops Under Siege

  • Arizona Parks Restores Essay Writer, page 4
  • Suit to Block Air Force Environmental “Outsourcing”, page 8
  • River of Sewage Through Tennessee Cavern, page 11

 

 

 

 

 

Fall

Exotics Swamp the Mississippi

  • Tales of Sludge in Montana, page 3
  • Public Shortchanged on Land Exchanges, page 4
  • Ticking PCB Time Bomb in Nation’s Mines, page 9

 

 

 

1999  

Winter

Water Rustling in the West

  • Wildlife Agents Report Obstruction, page 5
  • Are Our Waters Really Getting Cleaner? “Murky Waters” at EPA, page 6
  • Agricultural Wastes Foul the Last Best Place, page 9

 

 

Spring

Refuges Under Siege

  • Hole-in-the-Wall Holdup, page 5
  • Florida Aquatic Preserves Victory, page 6
  • Corps Wetland Report Card, page 8

 

 

 

Summer

Crude Behavior in Florida

  • Department of Justice Environmental Whistleblowers, page 3
  • Dinosaurs on the Couch at the Park Service, page 5
  • Army Corps Wetlands Report Card, page 8

 

 

 

Fall

Park Service Struggles with Stewardship

  • Rhode Island Whistleblower Wins Big, page 3
  • Bombs Away in Arizona, page 5
  • Employee Eruption at Nebraska Game & Parks, page 9

 

 

 

 1998
 

Winter

Employees Rise Up In Montana

  • Justice abandons federal employees, page 6
  • Environmental protection for sale in Connecticut, page 8
  • Pfiesteria scientist wins AAAS award, page 11

 

Spring

Migratory Birds Made Sitting Ducks by Interior 

  • Agricultural wetlands debacle at NRCS, page 8
  • EPA Region 1 political enforcement scandal, page 9
  • Top Corps regulator files whistleblower suit, page 11

 

 

 

Summer

Defending The Last Wilderness

  • Grazing Stampede Out of the Southwest, page 5
  • Agricultural Wetlands Debacle, page 6
  • Buried Secrets at the University of Connecticut, page 8

 

 

 

 

Fall

EPA Tries To Hide The Most Toxic Place On Earth

 

  • “Bubba Power” Triumphs in Congress, page 5
  • Federal Environmental Prosecutions Plummet, page 6
  • “See No Evil” in Michigan, page 9

 

 

 

 

1997  

Winter

PEER Sues Over Destruction Of Florida Keys Charges It’s “Rotten At The Corps”

  • EPA’s “Secret Manual”, page 4
  • PEER surveys Florida & Montana agencies, page 6
  • Death threats & arson, page 8

 

Spring

Wild Horses To Slaughter

  • PEER files largest endangered species listing in history, page 6
  • Justice ignores agencies’ criminal referrals, page 8
  • Wildlife Refuge Survey results, page 11

 

 

 

Summer

Grizzly Science

  • 20 years of “Empty Promises”at OSM, page 6
  •  Employees map reforms for Virginia DEQ, page 8
  • ”Survival Guide” for endangered employees, page 11

 

 

 

Fall

Interior Wages “War Of Attrition” Against Endangered Species

  • Environmental Racketeering investigation in Florida, p.3
  • Where are they now? PEER activist update, p.6
  • Land exchanges from hell, p.11

 

 

 

 1996
 

Winter

PEER Challenges Layoff at USGS; Illegal Purge Charged

  • Don't be a furlough pawn! page 4
  • PEER defends a park superintendent who refused to go home, page 5
  • PEER activist sues for free speech, page 7

 

 

Spring

PEER Report - Forest Service Blocks Timber Therft Investigations

  • Forest Service employee beaten by ranchers, page 6
  • BLM's Phantom Forests, page 5
  • Virginia DEQ managers report illegal orders, page 8

 

  

Summer

PEER Defends Refuges Under Assault

  • PEER files suit against ranchers who beat an employee, page 7
  • Timber Beast in BLM, page 9
  • "RIFed" scientist restored at USGS, page 5

 

 

Fall

PEER Report - U.S. Driving Exotic Game Animals to Extinction

  • Alaska Timber Theft, page 6
  • Coast Guard Toxic COverup, page 8
  • BLM's Savage Salvage Sales, page 9

 

 1995
 

Winter

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Special Agent Carroll Cox Wins Callaway Award for Civic Courage

  • OSM "White Paper" Presented to Agency Leadership, page 4
  • Censorship in the Forest Service, page 6
  • PEER's Program Goals for 1995, page 8

 

Spring

PEER Challenges the Wise Use Movement

  • Idaho PEER Chapter Formed, page 5
  • PEER Challenges Illegal Water Permits in Virginia, pages 6-7
  • Keeping an Eye on Congress, pages 10-11

 

 

 

Summer

PEER Experiences and Documents Wise Use Harrassment

  • EPA Rehion 1's Reorganization into Chaos, pages 4-5
  • OSM/s Secret Filing System, page 7
  • Tracking Congress and the White HOuse, pages 10-12

 

 

 

Fall

PEER Spearheads Cong. Inquiry on 'Wise Use,' Militia Activity

  • Public employees fight back against 'wise use' harassment through PEER suit, page 5
  • PEER exposes EPA move to approve 'super bacteria,' page 9

 

 

 

 1994
 

Winter

Agency Heads Pledge Reforem at PEER Conference

  • Protecting Integrity & Ethis CConference, pages 1-10
  • PEER Files Criminal Coomplaint in California, page 11
  • Thumbs Up! & Thumbs Dowwn!, pages 12-13

 

Spring

Department of Interior Takes a Dive on Reform 

  • Bureau of "Livestock and Mining," page 2
  • Failing to enforce the Law at the Dept. of Justice, page 5
  • Vermont PEER Member Fights Development Interest, page 7

 

 

 

Summer

BLM Wild Horses: Off to the Slaughterhouse

  • Forest Service Ordered to Reinstate Nunn, page 3
  • BLM Removes WEthical Employee from Grazing Oversight, page 5
  • CalPEER Challenges Water Board Gag Order, page 8

 

 

Fall

Skirmishes Continue Over Graxing Devastation of BLM Lands

  • PEER Launches Law Enforcement Chapter, page 4
  • BLM Oil and Gas Program Fails to Protect Taxpayers, page 6
  • The High Cost of Water Subsidies, page 8

 

 

 

 

 1993
 

Summer

PEER: A New Voice for Environmental Ethics

  • PEER meets the media in Washington, DC and New York, page 4
  • BLM employees issue white paper citing mismanagement, page 7
  • 2nd "Protecting Integrity and Ethics" gathering set for the Fall in DC

 

Fall

BLM Hydrologist Fights Another Silencing Attempt

  • Protecting Integrity & Ethiscs Conference, pages 4-5
  • Rating the Clinton Administration, pages 6-7
  • U.S. Forest Service Biologist Fights for Career, page 8