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Trump’s move of Bureau of Land Management HQ undercut diversity, watchdog finds

Trump’s move of Bureau of Land Management HQ undercut diversity, watchdog finds

Trump’s Bureau of Land Management headquarters move reduced the number of Black employees in the agency while creating mass vacancies, a new Government Accountability Office report says.
Udall: Interior Department should be ‘center’ of U.S. climate change response
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Udall: Interior Department should be ‘center’ of U.S. climate change response

U.S. Sen.Tom Udall said the U.S. Department of the Interior could play a pivotal role in the country's response to climate change during an August 15 webinar hosted by conservation advocacy group WildEarth Guardians.

Trump’s bid to move hundreds of jobs from D.C., possibly separating families, was based on unsupported assumptions, report says
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Trump’s bid to move hundreds of jobs from D.C., possibly separating families, was based on unsupported assumptions, report says

The administration failed to follow key practices put in place to show the reason for reforming a workplace and show why employees are relocated.
The Trump administration is forcing these workers out West. Now they want to unionize
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The Trump administration is forcing these workers out West. Now they want to unionize

The Bureau of Land Management must respond to the petition within a few days.
The problem with the BLM moving to the West
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The problem with the BLM moving to the West

The Bureau of Land Management has rented new headquarters in Grand Junction, Colorado, and given D.C. employees 30 days to decide whether to move. Why is the agency fleeing the capital for new digs?
Open for business: The Trump revolution on America's public lands
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Open for business: The Trump revolution on America's public lands

The Trump administration is systematically remaking U.S. policies toward public lands, moving aggressively to open protected areas for development.

Inside the Trump administration's chaotic dismantling of the federal land agency
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Inside the Trump administration's chaotic dismantling of the federal land agency

Internal records from the BLM contradict what its chief told Congress about a plan to ship 200 D.C.-based career staff out West. The plan would weaken the agency, which stands between federal lands and oil, gas and mineral companies.

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