When USDA’s research arm tried to stifle his research on the effects of pesticides on honey bees and the environment, Jonathan Lundgren fought back with PEER’s help.
While working at BLM and NPS, Ed witnessed widespread agency indifference to the violence against land management employees
Second in a series of webinars that examines how risk assessments for new chemicals have been improperly altered to benefit the chemical industry.
Webinar features experts in key states that deregulated their residential energy supply markets in the 1990s and their lessons learned.
Waterkeepers on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland are working to hold Exelon accountable for its fair share of the Conowingo Dam cleanup.
PFAS is a ubiquitous chemical that is found in a range of everyday products. Here are six things you should know about “forever chemicals.”
Great.com interviews Jeff Ruch, Pacific PEER Director, about Protecting Workers Engaged In Protecting The Environment
New England PEER Director, Kyla Bennett talks to Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) on the topic of PFAS.