Massachusetts

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 Massachusetts

CANADA ADVANCES RIGHT WHALE PROTECTIONS WHILE U.S. STALLS

White House Blocking Ship Speed Limits to Accommodate Foreign Flag Shippers

MASSACHUSETTS STUMBLES ON SMART GROWTH PATH

Battle to Save Rattlesnake Hill Signals Backlash against Mega-Developments

WHITE HOUSE WAITING GAME ON WHALE SAFEGUARDS

Time Is Running Out for Critically Endangered North Atlantic Right Whale

MASSACHUSETTS POISED TO PAVE OVER WETLAND PROTECTIONS

Governor Wants Wetlands Permits Processed “At the Speed of Business”

MASSACHUSETTS CUTTING CITIZENS OUT OF PROTECTING WETLANDS

Environmental Groups Decry Gov. Patrick's Plan as Breaking Campaign Promises

ROMNEY BACKS AWAY FROM HIS SEWAGE PLAN TO AVOID LAWSUIT

Worst Features Removed But Significant Sludge Left for Incoming Governor

MASSACHUSETTS ECO-COPS SAY THEY ARE HANDCUFFED

Survey Says Environmental Enforcement Suffered Under Romney

MASSACHUSETTS LOSING WAR ON SPRAWL UNDER ROMNEY

Fewest Acres Protected in 2006 than in Past 15 Years at Higher Cost per Acre

MASSACHUSETTS SEWAGE STREAMLINING MEANS DIRTIER WATERS

Incoming Governor Left to Deal with Mega Industrial Wastewater Mess

BIG HOLES IN NEW ENGLAND’S WHISTLEBLOWER LAWS

State Employees Who Tell Inconvenient Truths Face Vastly Different Consequences

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