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PEER relies on donations to make up over a quarter of our revenue and we were blown away by the generosity of PEER supporters this summer.
The ability to cool our spaces has been one of humankind’s great achievements but it’s come at great cost to the atmosphere and overall climate health.
August has been quite a month for us – Logging in Minnesota, Grazing in Colorado, Scientific Integrity across the federal government
It takes constant oversight by advocacy groups to make sure the government holds polluters accountable.
Whistleblower Appreciation Day This year, National Whistleblower Day is on July 30th. We mark this day to recognize the important contributions whistleblowers make in safeguarding public health and the environment, supporting good governance, and strengthening our...
For the past 30 years, PEER has worked to defend environmental whistleblowers and address the underlying environmental issues they bring to us
Effective, humane wildlife management is critical but Alaska is being hit with a double shot of poor management – in the sea and on land.
EPA rejects a Trump-era proposal that would have lifted Clean Air Act regulations on two types of plastic recycling.
Special interests have finally succeeded in getting the Supreme Court to eliminate Clean Water Act protections for wetlands and small streams.
Welcoming Ewell Hopkins to the Board! Ewell brings a wealth of business, nonprofit, and government experience as well as a passion for environmental protection.
Pesticides have devastating effects on wildlife, human health, and many rural economies
A new regulatory proposal by BLM touting conservation sounds promising but is full of red flags.
More than 300 groups are petitioning EPA to require incinerators that burn waste to report their toxic releases to the public.
At least three large whale species in U.S. waters are on the brink of extinction and ship strikes are the leading cause of death.
Because the overuse of pesticides is a significant cause of pollinator collapse, we are in this battle for the long term.
The explosion of a train carrying toxic chemicals in East Palestine, Ohio, reminds us of the government’s premature rush to return to an air of normalcy after such a disaster.
We are urging the White House to remove the ban on federal scientists making or publishing controversial statements based on their research.
The new House leadership has made no secret of its plan to target government agencies in its efforts to weaken the federal government
PEER will be working to hold agencies accountable when they cross certain lines, no matter the politics of the situation.
Handling or using fluorinated containers could be a significant pathway for unsafe human exposure to PFOA and other PFAS.