Tags

Journalists: Please sign up for PEERmedia to receive all our recent releases, documents and other information that affect not only public employees, but the public at large.


PROPOSALS: VIRTUALLY BLANKET YELLOWSTONE, MOUNT RAINIER WITH CELL PHONE COVERAGE

From: The Spokesman-Review

“Yellowstone National Park would be blanketed with strong 4G cell coverage under a multi-site expansion entering its final approval phase, according to comments…

TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN: CELL PHONE COVERAGE

From: South Pierce County Dispatch

“Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) has formally told park officials that cell equipment and increased cell phone use inside…

WOLF RESEARCHER PLANS TO SUE WSU OVER FREE SPEECH

From: King 5

“During the study, Wielgus followed wolves and cattle to track wolf depredations, the term used to refer to injuries or deaths attributed to wolves. He found that 99 percent…

CALL OF THE WILD? ENVIRONMENTALISTS LIVID OVER CELLPHONE PLAN FOR NATIONAL PARK

From: The Guardian

““The point of wilderness is that it’s supposed to be free from the accoutrements of civilization,” said Jeff Ruch, the executive director of Public Employees for…

CELL PHONE TOWERS IN THE BACKCOUNTRY ROB US OF WILDERNESS

From: San Francisco Chronicle

“...my enthusiasm dimmed when a government watchdog group revealed that the proposed construction of new communication towers in and near the park would…


News Releases

WOLF SCIENTIST VINDICATED IN LEGISLATOR’S ATTACK

Professor Still under Siege as WSU Seeks Ways to Accommodate Ranchers

CURBS SOUGHT ON ROGUE RANCHER TO ABATE WOLF CONFLICTS

Washington Rancher Wiped Out 15% of State’s Wolves in Violation of Federal Rules

ACADEMIC FREEDOM FIGHT ON REPRISALS OVER WOLF SCIENCE

Washington State U. Scientist Says Official Restraints Due to Political Pressure

MOUNT RAINIER WILDERNESS SLATED FOR CELL COVERAGE

Proposed Cellular Antennas in Paradise Visitor Center Will Wire Wilderness

NAVY SEEKS TO CONTINUE ILLEGAL MARINE DETONATIONS

Shifting Much of Underwater Explosives Operations from Puget Sound to San Diego