BLOG | The U.S. Lags Way Behind Other Countries in Banning Harmful Pesticides  

by | November 17, 2020
The U.S. needs to catch up on pesticide regulation, through updates to laws and a political commitment to getting rid of the worst offenders ...

BLOG | COVID-19, Yellowstone, and the Company that puts the American Public at Risk

by | November 10, 2020
Winter snow guides in Yellowstone protest pandemic response in managed Yellowstone National Park, six guides were fired as a result ...

BLOG | Proposed Definition of ‘Habitat’ Could Spell Trouble for Marine Life 

by | October 26, 2020
Redefining "habitats" hinders federal agencies to protect endangered marine species in an age of warming oceans, including the North Atlantic right whale ...

BLOG | PEER Outlines Plan to Get Park Service Back on Track

by | August 5, 2020
PEER outlines the critical steps that the National Park Service must take in order to return the agency to its original mission and move into the future ...

BLOG | How GAO Is Helping Shine A Light on My Former Federal Agency

by | July 8, 2020
Former DOE scientist Bill Dam reveals groundwater contamination coming from several former uranium mills in Wyoming, endangering two Native American tribes ...
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