California

PEER's environmental work is solely directed by the needs of its members. As a consequence, we have the distinct honor of serving resource professionals who daily cast profiles in courage in cubicles across the country.

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News Releases for California

FOREST SERVICE VOWS CULTURAL RESOURCE UPGRADE AT LOS PADRES

Agency Responds to Employee Charges

WHISTLEBLOWER TESTIFIES AGAINST AGENCY IN KLAMATH FISH KILL

Biologist Says Water Levels Reduced Without Required Analysis

L.A. AIR POLLUTION TRADING GETS LOW MARKS FROM EPA

Report Dampens President's "Clear Skies" Projections

KLAMATH RIVER WATER LEVELS SET UNDER POLITICAL PRESSURE

Congressional Leaders Call for Hearings, Whistleblower Protection

ARCHAEOLOGICAL TREASURES RUINED IN LOS PADRES NATIONAL FOREST

Supervisor Retaliated Against Employee Whistleblowers

GARBAGE RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION TRASHING ENDANGERED SPECIES AND DESERT PUBLIC LANDS

Conservationists challenge work to haul L.A.'s trash to dump near Joshua Tree NP

BUSH ADMINISTRATION FACES LEGAL CHALLENGE TO 5.5M ACRE CALIFORNIA DESERT LAND PLAN

BLM's NECO Plan Reduces Conservation, Harms Desert Tortoise, Biodiversity and Wilderness

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE PASSES GOVERNMENT LAWYER WHISTLEBLOWER BILL

First Major State to Free Public Agency Attorneys to Reveal Confidential Information

CONSERVATION GROUPS PETITION SECRETARY NORTON AND NPS

Need To Regulate Hunting in Mojave National Preserve

LAWSUIT CHALLENGES SIERRA LOGGING

Complaint Says Department of Forestry is Short-cutting Timber Harvest Approvals



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