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Has Trump sidelined, restricted government scientists? Yes.

On July 19, the former top climate policy official at the Department of Interior filed a complaint and a whistleblower disclosure form with the Office of Special Counsel. The official, Joel Clement, says the Trump administration is threatening public health and safety by trying to silence scientists like him. Show More Summary

Senate confirms David Bernhardt, controversial Trump pick, for No. 2 post at Interior

The Senate on Monday confirmed David Bernhardt, who has a history of lobbying for oil, mining and western water interests, as deputy secretary of the Interior Department. Both of California’s Democratic senators, Dianne Feinstein and Kamala Harris, voted against his appointment — which was approved,...

The Latest: Senate approves nominee for No. 2 at Interior

The Latest on the controversy and the Senate vote on the Trump administration's nominee for the No. 2 position at the Interior Department (all times local): 6:40 p.m. The Senate … Click to Continue »

Zinke’s Department of the Interior mounting unprecedented attack on wildlife

Secretary Zinke got an assist last week from the House Appropriations Committee, which adopted an amendment to lift the long-term prohibition on the destruction of healthy wild horses and burros. This bill creates a pathway for the killing of animals currently in holding facilities and on the range. Show More Summary

Trump Seeks Repeal Of Obama’s Anti-Fracking Regs

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The Hill reports: The Trump administration is proposing to repeal completely Obama-era standards governing hydraulic fracturing on federal land. The proposal from the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is due to be published Tuesday in the Federal Register. Show More Summary

Interior pick on track for Senate approval despite lobbying

Democrats and environmental groups are criticizing President Donald Trump's nominee for the No. 2 position at the Interior Department, arguing that David Bernhardt has continued to advise a California water … Click to Continue »

No talking climate change to Zuckerberg, White House tells scientist.

Wait, does the Interior Department want to avoid drawing attention to climate change?

US DOI scientist claims he was reassigned for speaking up on climate change

Is the Donald Trump administration reassigning employees who speak out on the dangers of climate change? Joel Clement, former Office of Policy Analysis director at the Department of the Interior (DOI), seems to think so. He penned an...Show More Summary

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke Touts Increased Partnerships, Celebrates American-made Products

Washington, D.C. – July 19, 2017 – Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and other senior federal officials met with representatives of the outdoor recreation industry at the U.S. Department of the Interior yesterday to discuss how the use of public-private partnerships can help improve visitor experiences on America’s public lands and waters. Show More Summary

The Trump administration pulled 2 top climate experts off a scheduled Glacier National Park tour with Mark Zuckerberg days before he arrived

The US Department of the Interior pulled two climate-change experts expected to participate in a tour of Glacier National Park with Mark Zuckerberg, just days before the Facebook CEO arrived, The Washington Post reported. The employees...Show More Summary

Glacier chief pulled from Facebook founder's tour of park

An official for President Donald Trump's Interior Department says the agency pulled Glacier National Park's superintendent from a recent park tour with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to save money, not … Click to Continue »

Ryan Zinke Touts Increased Partnerships, Celebrates American Products

Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke, other senior federal officials met with representatives of the outdoor recreation industry at the U.S. Department of the Interior. This post Ryan Zinke Touts Increased Partnerships, Celebrates American Products appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Abbreviated pundit roundup: Trump wildly successful appointing judges; avoiding war with Iran

Until last week, Joel Clement was director of the Office of Policy Analysis at the Department of Interior. He is now a senior adviser at the department’s Office of Natural Resources Revenue. At The Washington Post, he writes—I’m a scientist. Show More Summary

Climate Scientist Says He Was Demoted For Speaking Out On Climate Change

5 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Joel Clement, who was director of the Interior Department's Office of Policy Analysis during the Obama administration, says in a newspaper op-ed that he was reassigned to an "accounting office."

Interior Department Whistleblower Goes Public With Claims Of Retaliation By Trump Administration

A former Interior Department policy director faced retaliation for "speaking out about the dangers that climate change poses to Alaska Native communities." The post Interior Department Whistleblower Goes Public With Claims Of Retaliation By Trump Administration appeared first on Shadowproof.

Interior Department Whistleblower Goes Public With Claims Of Retaliation By Trump Administration

A former Interior Department policy director faced retaliation for "speaking out about the dangers that climate change poses to Alaska Native communities." The post Interior Department Whistleblower Goes Public With Claims Of Retaliation By Trump Administration appeared first on Shadowproof.

No talking climate change to Zuck, White House tells scientist.

Wait, does the Interior Department want to avoid drawing attention to climate change?

Federal spending proposal calls for review of wolf genetics

Environmentalists are concerned that a proposed spending plan for the U.S. Interior Department calls for a study to determine whether Mexican gray wolves are a genetically distinct subspecies. A report … Click to Continue »

U.S. Interior Department receives over 2 million comments on monument review

last weekNews : The Lookout

The issue of whether to preserve, shrink or revoke the protected status of two dozen U.S. national monuments drew more than 2 million public comments ahead of a report to be issued by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to President Donald Trump next month. Show More Summary

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