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Mike, We Hardly Knew Ye

"Easily lost amid the turmoil in the Trump administration last week was the firing of Mike Stoker, the administrator for the EPA giant Region 9....
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PEERMail: Trump’s Tree Huggers

Just when you think you’ve seen it all, some crazy new Trump stunt gob-smacks you back into stupefaction. The latest comes via EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler, who penned an op-ed in USA Today...

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PEERMail: The Worst One Yet

Of the estimated 95 Trump environmental rollbacks, perhaps none is as dangerous as the latest attempt to gut the Clean Water Act. The plan to cut back clean water protections will— Leave 60% of...

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  • Steve Gniadek: Talking Down a Jumper

    • Steve was the chief biologist at Glacier National Park. He contacted PEER because his superintendent was pushing a permit for a parking lot that would have destroyed old growth forest, and Steve felt the permit was illegal. Steve wanted to go public with his overruled objections but conceded that doing so would end his career with NPS.  We worked out a way to arm conservation groups with the substance of his objections and they were able to block the permit.... Read More » VIEW MORE VIDEOS »