Source: Ecowatch.com Yet another U.S. agency has deleted climate change information from its website. This time, the U.S. Geological Survey’s “Science Explorer” website—a tax-payer funded online database for the public to browse USGS science programs and activities—has been purged of thousands of formerly searchable climate science links. The […]
SOURCE: climatewest.org By Becca Fischer Last week, Guardians submitted comments on Interior Secretary Zinke’s and the Wyoming Bureau of Land Management’s proposal to hold two oil and gas lease sales in March of next year. Instead of turning over a new leaf in 2018, the Wyoming BLM is […]
Source: Project on Government Oversight (POGO) Joel Clement, a whistleblower who until recently served as director of the Interior Department’s Office of Policy Analysis. (Photo provided by Wilkenfeld Law) Bringing further attention to one of the most high-profile whistleblower cases to arise during the Trump administration so far, […]
Source: Yubanet.com Complaints Target BLM Neutral Stance on Livestock Grazing Climate Impacts By: Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) Washington, DC April 11, 2016 – Even as President Obama touts steps to address climate change, his U.S. Bureau of Land Management appears not to have gotten the message, […]
Source: San Diego Free Press Pinyon-Juniper Forests: BLM’s False Claims to Virtue by Will Falk Once I recovered from the shock I experienced witnessing the carnage produced by a Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) so-called “pinyon-juniper treatment project” just south of Spruce Mountain in Nevada, all I […]
Press Release from Protect Mustangs.org Conservation group wants error fixed and wild horses used to combat desertification SAN FRANCISCO, Ca. (November 28, 2012)–Native wild horses have been erroneously classified as “feral” horses in the recent publication in the journal Environmental Management. The authors of the report call for wild horse removals […]
The genetic history of six large herbivores — the woolly rhinoceros, woolly mammoth, wild horse, reindeer, bison, and musk ox — has shown that both climate change and humans were responsible for the extinction or near extinction of large mammal populations within the last 10,000 years. The study, which is the first to use genetic, archeological, and climatic data together to infer the population history of large-bodied Ice Age mammals, will be published in the journal Nature.
Original Story by Debbie Coffey from the PPJ Gazette Wild Horses Degrading the Range: Neigh or more accurately, MOO! In 2006, the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and Livestock Environment and Development (LEAD), supported by US AID and the World Bank, put out a 416 page […]