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.


OPEN BURNS, ILL WINDS

From: Huffington Post

“The truth is that those materials litter the American landscape like no other industry or source of pollution ever has. “The Pentagon is the most prolific and…

INTERIOR: ENERGY COMPANIES PAID BERNHARDT MORE THAN $80K LAST YEAR

From: Greenwire

“"I am writing you on behalf of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) to express our opposition to the nomination of David Bernhardt as Deputy Secretary,…

SUBARU GIVEN ACCESS TO FILM COMMERCIALS IN SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK DURING PEAK FOLIAGE SEASON

From: National Parks Traveler

"...officials at Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, which obtained documents tracking the approval process for the Subaru commercials,…

WATCHDOG BASHES NPS FOR ALLOWING SUBARU DRONE IN SHENANDOAH

From: Greenwire

""Closing public access to national park facilities to give corporate donors exclusive access is not part of America's best idea," said Jeff Ruch, the executive director…

SUBARU SPOT CLOSED SKYLINE DRIVE PARK PROMOTION OR CORPORATE COMMERCIALIS

From: Washington Post

"Nonetheless, the ads are a “blatant example of commercialism” in national parks, according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), which…


News Releases

EXPERTS PLEAD FOR SURVIVING BATS TO ENTER REHAB

Remaining Ten Rare Big-Eared Bats Do Not Have to Die for Science

ENDANGERED BAT CAPTIVE BREEDING PROJECT GOES TERRIBLY WRONG

Negligence Charged in Die-Off of Rare Virginia Big-Eared Bats at Smithsonian

LOUDOUN COUNTY STAFFER FIRED FOR FILING ENVIRONMENTAL REPORT

Warnings about Growth Dangers Suppression Sparks Free Speech Challenge

VIRGINIA WETLANDS FIGHT SPARKS CHARGES

Top State Official Issues Threats and Calls for Silencing Corps Employees

POLITICS OBSTRUCT CIVIL WAR DAMAGE CASE AGAINST DEVELOPER

Senator and Top Park Official Intervene to Lower Fine for Archaeological Violations