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Environmental Whistleblowers

Good Trouble, Bad Trouble: Communities, Scientific Integrity and the Environment

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  • Tim Caverly: Protecting Paradise

    • Tim Caverly was a ranger with the Maine Department of Conservation for 32 years. During his last 18 years with the department, he was Regional Supervisor for the Allagash Wilderness Waterway. In trying to preserve the wilderness character of the Allagash, Tim ran afoul of a powerful state legislator pushing for more motorized access and other development on the river. As the Bureau of Parks and Lands succumbed to political pressure, Tim’s efforts to fight for the Allagash grew more... Read More » VIEW MORE VIDEOS »

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All communications with PEER are strictly confidential.
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ANONYMOUS ACTIVISM

As a service organization assisting federal, state & local public employees, PEER allows public servants to work as “anonymous activists” so that agencies must confront the message, rather than the messenger.
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Your donation allows PEER to defend whistleblowers, enforce environmental laws, safeguard public lands, shelter wildlife and their habitats, combat political manipulation of science, and more pro bono.