Public lands

Scott Streater



Scott writes about the Interior Department and related agencies. He has reported on a wide range of topics during a 25-year reporting career, including U.S. EPA regulation of oil refineries, the potential health risks posed by toxic chemicals in household items and the role of federal lands in renewable energy development. Before joining E&E News in 2009, he was an environmental reporter with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and before that with the Pensacola News Journal. He has won numerous journalism awards, including the Scripps Howard Foundation's Edward J. Meeman Award for environmental reporting and the Society of American Business Editors and Writers winner for special projects.

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Watchdog decries wearable 'vision cards' as propaganda

The Bureau of Land Management has circulated "vision cards" that employees can wear, outlining the agency's commitment to "the balanced stewardship of America's public lands and resources," and including images of an oil rig and cattle ranchers.