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Greens sue Forest Service to release intel on timber audit

by E&E News | October 13, 2020
“An environmental group geared toward public employees is suing the Forest Service to obtain an audit of the agency’s timber sales from the Tongass National Forest in Alaska. Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility said it’s looking for evidence that the timber ...

Pendley on BLM: ‘I’m still here, I’m still running the bureau’

by E&E News | October 9, 2020
“William Perry Pendley, who led the Bureau of Land Management illegally for more than a year, told a Wyoming newspaper this week that a federal judge’s ruling barring him from performing the duties of director “has no impact, no impact whatsoever” on his actions ...

‘It’s Orwellian’: Native loophole lets NASA shirk cleanup

by E&E News | October 7, 2020
“After dramatically scaling back the cleanup plan for one of the country’s most contaminated areas, critics say, the Trump administration is now preparing to sidestep any remediation at all by declaring the entire near-3,000-acre former rocket and nuclear testing site near Los ...

Court could oust acting National Park Service chief

by E&E News | October 1, 2020
“Two environmental watchdog groups asked a federal court in Washington yesterday to immediately remove acting National Park Service chief Margaret Everson, arguing she is unqualified and was illegally appointed by Interior Secretary David Bernhardt. The groups, Public Employees for ...

EPA cancels race-related training sessions

by E&E News | September 16, 2020
“EPA postponed upcoming race-related training sessions after the White House ordered the agencies to suspend what it called “anti-American propaganda” across the federal government. Kyla Bennett, a director at Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, suspected ...
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