PEER hosted a lively online discussion to identify steps the Biden administration can take to strengthen the institutional capacity of the Bureau of Land Management to better address its conservation and climate change goals. Panelists discussed the results of a recent employee survey, trends in land management planning, problems in BLM’s management culture, and questions from the webinar participants.
- Moderator: Rebecca Leber of Mother Jones
- Chandra Rosenthal, Director of Rocky Mountain PEER
- Laurel Williams, Officer for U.S. Public Lands and Rivers Conservation at the Pew Charitable Trusts
- Richard Spotts, former Planning and Environmental Coordinator at the BLM Arizona Strip District Office
- Mary Jo Rugwell, former BLM State Director for Wyoming.
Recorded February 25, 2021
Read the report on the BLM employee survey discussed in the webinar.
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