Pawnee Coal Plant Causing Clean Air Act Violations 

by | June 11, 2021
State Fails to Control Coal Plant Emissions Endangering Public Health ...

PEER Perspective – Spring 2021

by | April 30, 2021
Small scale decisions can have a big impact. PEER evaluates some lesser known players and decisions making news in the environmental world ...

Comments on Environmental Assessment (EA) for Yellowstone fiber optic cable proposal (PDF)

by | April 21, 2021
DESCRIPTION: Public Comments on the Environmental Assessment (EA) for Diamond Communication’s 187-mile fiber optic cable proposal for Yellowstone National Park urging Yellowstone to reject Diamond’s application for a right of way (ROW) in Yellowstone TO: National Park Service FROM: ...

Report | 2021 Bureau of Land Management Employee Survey

by | March 1, 2021
PEER conducted a survey with current and former Bureau of Land Management (BLM) employees on the state of the agency, these are the findings ...

PEERMail: We Need a Radical Departure on Pesticides

by | December 15, 2020
The federal law that provides for  regulation of pesticides has proven utterly inadequate and we need a radical depature from current policy ...

Academic Freedom & the First Amendment

by | September 24, 2020
Thanks to a seminal Supreme Court ruling in 2006, public employees at all levels have no – as in zero – First Amendment free speech rights when in their role as public servants.  This because, the court reasons, government owns their speech.  Only by stepping outside that role and ...
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