Department of Interior

News Releases

INTERIOR ATTORNEY TO TESTIFY AGAINST GOVERNMENT IN COBELL CASE

Whistleblower to Detail Gross Mismanagement of Indian Accounts by Interior

AGENCY AUDIT VERIFIES WHISTLEBLOWER MISMANAGEMENT CHARGES

Interior Continues to Mangle Indian Trust Accounts, Losing Millions Monthly

INTERIOR ATTORNEY PLACED ON PROTECTED WITNESS LIST

Secrets Case on Assets Mismanagement Elevated to Presidential Appointee

MASSIVE CALIFORNIA WATER RECLAMATION SCHEME FULL OF HOLES

EPA Warns of Unproven Approach, Severe Eco-Effects and Huge Taxpayer Costs

LAWYER EXPOSING RIP-OFF OF INDIAN ASSETS FACES FIRING THREAT

Government Cites Secrets Act to Punish Whistleblower for Talking to Reporter

BUSH ORDERS FEDERAL AGENCIES TO PROMOTE HUNTING

Refuges, Forests and Grasslands Directed to Maximize “Hunting Opportunities”

INTERIOR SECRETARY VOWS AN ETHICAL CULTURE AMID SCANDALS

New Directives in Wake of Griles Prison Sentence and Spreading Investigations

BAD AIR AT INTERIOR HQ RECONSTRUCTION ADMITTED

Previous Assurances of Safe Conditions to Employees, Congress and Media Untrue

GRILES SEEKS TO ESCAPE JAIL BY WORKING FOR DISNEY

Plea to Judge Blurs Line between Community Service and Corporate Networking

NEW HEALTH REPORT CONFIRMS SICK INTERIOR HEADQUARTERS

Workers “Intentionally” Exposed to Chemical Vapors, Smoke and Debris Dust

White Papers
Tortoise on the Half-ShellEnvironmental Malpractice at Mojave National Preserve (November 1999)
Details an inside account about how a federal agency legally dedicated to conservation has abdicated its responsibilities to the direct detriment of the natural resources and wildlife in its care. As a consequence of political presure and bureaucratic inertia, legal mandates have been flaunted, critical scientific data ignored and park managers have taken the posture that grazing at Mojave NP is, and will likely remain, unmonitored, unregulated and untouchable. more >>

War of AttritionSabotage of the Endangered Series Act by the U.S. Department of Interior (December 1997)
The U.S. Department of the Interior consistently ignores its own scientists' recommendations to list species as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). To stall discussion and shift the burden, the Department of the Interior is waiting for Congressional approval for a reauthorization bill that would greatly weaken the act. more >>

Surveys
2005  Interior Biologists Told To Fundraise

Other PEER Activities
Protest of Nomination of Craig Manson, for Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish, Wildlife and Parks