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NPS ranger ranks ‘dangerously thin’ as crime rises, report says

by E&E Greenwire | July 19, 2022
Despite an increase in crime, the number of law enforcement officers assigned to national parks has declined substantially since 2005, with park rangers now spread “dangerously thin,” according to a report released today by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. The ...

Chemical board chair faced EPA watchdog investigation

by E&E Greenwire | June 22, 2022
The revelation that OIG launched a review of Lemos comes amid an unfolding saga that has seen her resigning from the agency. In an email obtained by the group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, Lemos told CSB staff that she was providing six weeks of notice, “ ...

EPA’s failure to disclose chemical health risks draws ire

by E&E Greenwire | January 5, 2022
EPA is failing in its obligation to share critical information about the hazards of more than 1,200 chemicals on the market, according to a watchdog group. In a complaint filed yesterday and first reported today by E&E News, the organization Public Employees for Environmental ...
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