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Interior Department Distorted Climate Change Evidence: Report
Agency documents, including scientific analyses, included language that misrepresents the uncertainty surrounding climate change, according to a New York Times investigation.
Interior Department Distorted Climate Change Evidence: Report
Interior Department Distorted Climate Change Evidence: Report

Agency documents, including scientific analyses, included language that misrepresents the uncertainty surrounding climate change, according to a New York Times investigation.

Agency documents, including scientific analyses, included language that misrepresents the uncertainty surrounding climate change, according to a New York Times investigation.

Department of the Interior
Wolves Could Lose Protected Status in Lower 48 States
Kerry Grens | Mar 7, 2019
The US Department of the Interior determined that the population has rebounded enough to no longer need Endangered Species Act protection; conservation biologists disagree.
Interior Department Wants Stricter Data Standards in Conservation Decisions
Kerry Grens | Oct 4, 2018
A new rule would emphasize public, peer-reviewed reports in its decision-making, which has scientists concerned about the exclusion of sensitive, private data.
Trump Admin Restricts Federal Scientists Talking with Reporters
Ashley Yeager | Jun 22, 2018
USGS researchers must get approval from the Department of the Interior before speaking to the media.
Interior Department’s Screen of Meeting Abstracts Called Censorship
Kerry Grens | Jun 16, 2018
USGS scientists need approval from a political appointee before they can present research at two big geological conferences.
US Interior Department Adopts Political Screening Process for Grants
Katarina Zimmer | Jan 10, 2018
The new policy affects academic and nonprofit grants and cooperative agreements exceeding $50,000. 
EPA and Interior Department Overhaul Scientific Advisory Boards
Aggie Mika | May 8, 2017
In an effort to split from the Obama administration, EPA replaces scientists from a central advisory board while the Interior department freezes 200 plus advisory groups.