PEER works to support the enforcement of environmental and natural resource laws at the federal, state and local levels. The need for protection for our natural resources and public health has never been greater. Even as the need for strong environmental and natural resource protection is growing, enforcement programs are facing declining budgets, lower staffing levels, and dispirited morale.
Forest, Parks, and Lands Enforcement
PEER is dedicated to serving law enforcement rangers, agents and other professionals working in our forests, ranges and parklands.
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NEWS FROM PEER
EPA pursues three different types of enforcement actions: Administrative actions are non-judicial enforcement measures taken by a state agency or EPA using its own authority. They do not involve a judicial process. An administrative action may be either: 1) a notice...
Chemical Safety Board Shirked Its Clean Air Act Mandate to Protect Communities
Federal Intervention Needed If State Continues to Ignore Major Pollution Violations
Lowest Number of New Anti-Pollution Cases in 30 Years
Oil and Oil Sands Pay No Federal Taxes Despite Potentially Huge Cleanup Costs
Humans and Wildlife at Risk by End of Critical Monitoring and Pollution Testing
EPA Guidance Says Surveillance Technology Supplants Need for Physical Barriers
Documents on Keyless Ignitions and Lack of CO Safety Features Sought
DEP Has to Return to Pollution Control Basics to Reverse Spiraling Eco-Threats
Mercury Satellite Thruster Propellant Threatens Eco-Catastrophe Back on Earth
Clewiston Phosphorus and Other Pollution Violations Go Unpunished and Unabated
Retired EPA Experts Discuss Lack of Early Warning System to Avert Lead Drinking Water Tragedies
Continued Illegal Discharges Amid Record Gulf Red Tide Outbreaks
Downwind States Must Endure More Ozone to Win Good Neighbor Protections
One-Fifth of Wildlife Refuge Law Enforcement Officers Being Decommissioned
Furious Industry Lobbying Has Kept Significant Public Health Report Under Wraps
Hurricane Irma Led to Massive Animal Waste Discharges with No Monitoring
Virtually All Waters Classified “Impaired” by PCBs, Dioxin, Mercury, and Pesticides
State Allows Massive Animal Waste Discharges to Surface and Ground Waters
Scott Pollution Forgiveness Paints False Picture of Compliance with No Follow-Up