Matt was an Arizona States Parks employee who was fired when he brought attention to the resource conservation impacts of high visitation in places like Kartchner Caverns. With PEER’s help, Matt was reinstated.
As a faculty member of the University of Alaska during the Bush Administration, Rick spoke out about the environmental risks of offshore drilling in Arctic waters.
In 2002, John was the sole analyst overseeing environmental compliance with U.S. participation in multinational development bank projects.
While working in the EPA New England Regional Office in Boston, Kyla reached out to PEER to address a plan to illegally build a port on the largest undeveloped island on the Eastern Seaboard –Sear’s Island in Maine.
Tim led PEER to uncover the biggest official mass desecrations of Indian pre-historic burial sites in U.S. history.
As the Director of Idaho BLM early in the GW Bush administration, Martha worked to protect fragile resources from destructive overgrazing and was targeted for removal by then-U.S. Senator Larry Craig (R-Idaho). Craig denounced BLM's decision to restrict grazing in...
Don was a senior economist with the Army Corps of Engineers and revealed through PEER that the agency had been falsifying cost-benefit numbers to justify a multi-billion dollar project: replacing and expanding all of the locks & dams on the Mississippi from St. Louis north.