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Park Service employees deserve work environments that are respectful, inclusive, and safe. Their voices should be heard.
EPA needs good scientists who want to work in environments where they feel supported and respected, even in the face of industry pressure.
While we have many reasons to be optimistic, the Biden Administration’s environmental actions so far are falling short.
We aim to stop federal support for state programs that encourage slaughter of predators by reinforcing “healthy populations of wildlife.”
After years of EPA retaliation against employees, the Etzel case is shaping up to be a litmus test for the new EPA leadership.
EPA appears to have illegally purged records that don’t support the agency’s decisions or that show internal dissent or controversy.
EPA whistleblowers reveal a culture where scientific fraud and harassment are committed to serve the chemical industry.
On Whistleblower Appreciation Day, we honor those who stand up for strong environmental protections and work for better whistleblower protections.
EPA is shirking oversight with new chemical approvals and a toxic workplace makes objecting to this corruption dangerous.
The National Park Service must act quickly to address the crisis of plastics in our parks, Sec. Haaland has an opportunity to make a difference.
Fighting to conserve 30 percent of our lands and waters by 2030 – including our oceans – is what this moment in history demands.
Engaging the Biden Administration on scientific integrity means more than focusing on Trump Administration abuses.
Fighting climate change and the extinction crises requires bold federal action on issues such as wilderness conservation and endangered species management.
During his first 100 days in office, President Biden has begun to chart a new course for the nation’s environmental programs.
After years of legal wrangling with the USGS and the Merit Systems Protection Board, a career microbiologist turned whislteblower is reinstated.
After years of mismanagement and retaliation against employees who raised concerns about oil and gas projects, can the BLM deliver on Biden’s conservation promises?
The fight for government transparency is reaffirmed each year during Sunshine Week, where we stand up for our rights to government information.
Toxic chemicals that are banned elsewhere continue to flood onto the U.S. market and fraudulent studies at the EPA are making matters worse.
The influence of scientists in government has been gradually eroded over the last four decades as powerful economic interests asserted themselves