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Controversial BLM Chief Pendley’s Tenure Extended Again Without Nomination, Despite Protests

by Inside Climate News | January 3, 2020
“Dozens of conservation groups called for William Perry Pendley to resign or be removed as temporary head of the Bureau of Land Management this week, but an order signed Thursday by the U.S Interior Secretary means that the self-described Sagebrush Rebel will remain at the helm for ...

What the BLM Shake-Up Could Mean for Public Lands and Their Climate Impact

by Inside Climate News | October 8, 2019
The changes underway at the U.S. Bureau of Land Management might not seem like much: A few hundred employees are being relocated from offices near the White House and dispersed throughout the West, while agency leaders move in next door to energy companies in newly leased headquarters in ...