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Looking Ahead on MLK Day Dr. Martin Luther King said in his famous Christmas Sermon of 1967, “It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied to a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects...
During this extraordinary year, PEER is proud to have worked directly with our members and supporters to protect public employees and our environment.
Massachusetts communities struggle with PFAS contamination in their water supplies. One source of this contamination could be insecticides
Government actions must reflect the reality of climate change. The Biden-Harris campaign promises to address climate change on public lands.
The President’s “Schedule F” order – which is most likely illegal — is just the latest example of our political system spinning out of control.
PEER is suing the U.S. Forest Service to force it to produce a long-promised audit of losses from past timber sales in the Tongass National Forest. In 2017, PEER obtained an internal Forest Service document that found staggering monetary losses in two large Tongass...
Secretary Bernhardt continues his carousel of illegal appointments with new de facto NPS Director Margaret Emerson
Beyond 2020: BLM Must Embrace Climate Solutions This isn't a great time. With a pandemic, huge blazes tearing across the West, and a record-setting hurricane season, this torrid year marches on, both frightening and tragic for so many people. With all of this swirling...
More ethical firestorms from intermingling official government duties with the upcoming election
The hobbling of the Post Office is yet another attempt to privatize and profit off of government services