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

OFF-ROAD POLITICS BENDING CALIFORNIA PARK PROTECTIONS

Conservation Groups Warn State to Tread Lightly in State Parks

MASSIVE CALIFORNIA WATER RECLAMATION SCHEME FULL OF HOLES

EPA Warns of Unproven Approach, Severe Eco-Effects and Huge Taxpayer Costs

LAWYER EXPOSING RIP-OFF OF INDIAN ASSETS FACES FIRING THREAT

Government Cites Secrets Act to Punish Whistleblower for Talking to Reporter

TOP FEDERAL SCIENTISTS FIGHT TO WIN JOBS BACK

Ninth Circuit Hears Oral Arguments on Charges of Discriminatory Dismissals

BLM SUICIDE UNDERSCORES BUREAUCRATIC INHUMANITY

Inspector General Reports and Workplace Survey Show Imploding Interior Morale

ALGODONES DUNES TO STAY PROTECTED FROM ORV ABUSE

Court Enjoins Access until Environmental Reviews Completed

“PUBLIC SERVANT OF THE YEAR” SAYS HIS WARNINGS WERE IN VAIN

Dangers of Toxic Prison Computer Recycling Operations Continue Unabated

BUSH ADMINISTRATION DENIES PROTECTION TO 16 DESERT SPECIES

Off-Road Pressure Leads to Reversal of Science on Unique Sonoran Wildlife

DESERT PRESERVATION LAWSUIT FILED

Agency Staff, Rural Residents and Conservation Groups Challenge Off-Road Vehicle Abuse

ATTACKS ON FOREST SERVICE STAFF UP FIVEFOLD IN 2005

Urban Ills Penetrating Deep into Backwoods as Law Enforcement Presence Shrinks

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