Most Recent Webinar
July 28, 2022 | 4:00 EST
Environmental Whistleblowers: Good Trouble, Bad Trouble
Join PEER and an engaging panel of experts to learn how strong support for government employee whistleblower protections, strengthened scientific integrity principles, and good governance must be a central tenet of efforts to address environmental and public health threats. We will offer concrete steps that participants can take to support strengthening whistleblower protections and government scientific integrity policies, and to hold agencies accountable for their actions.
Webinar | Environmental Whistleblowers: Good Trouble, Bad Trouble
Government employee whistleblower protections and strengthened scientific integrity principles are critical to address environmental and public health threats.
Webinar | Redact This! FOIA On Your Own Terms
Coffee Talk Webinar Series, Episode 2: Explore the power and promise of the Freedom of Information Act. Watch the Video!
Webinar | Pups and Packs: Saving Wolves in 2022
Coffee Talk Webinar Series, Episode 1: A virtual conversation about wolves and policy in the US in 2022. Watch the video!
Webinar | Hair on Fire and Yes Packages!
Second in a series of webinars that examines how risk assessments for new chemicals have been improperly altered to benefit the chemical industry.
Webinar | Is “Retail Choice” Working For U.S. Consumers?
Webinar features experts in key states that deregulated their residential energy supply markets in the 1990s and their lessons learned.
Webinar | Toxic Chemicals, Whistleblowers, and the Need for Reform at EPA
New and dangerous chemicals are being approved at an alarming rate by EPA.
Webinar | Long Island’s Toxic Forever Chemicals
The EPA’s failure to regulate PFAS is causing tremendous health, environmental, and economic damage on Long Island.
Webinar | EPA’s Broken Pesticides Program
Webinar on steps that the Biden administration must take to fix its broken pesticides program at the EPA.
Webinar | A New Era for the Bureau of Land Management?
Steps the Biden administration can take to strengthen the Bureau of Land Management and address its conservation and climate change goals.