GovExec Daily: Empowering Employees Will Help Conservation Efforts
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility's Chandra Rosenthal joins the podcast to discuss how the White House can further environmental goals by supporting civil servants at BLM.
Lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management, predominantly in the Western United States, cover nearly 250 million acres or about 10% of the land in the U.S. But, conserving public lands depends on the White House empowering federal employees at the land management agencies.
Chandra Rosenthal serves as the Rocky Mountain Office Director for Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility. She’s also the author of a post headlined “The Success of Biden’s America the Beautiful Plan Hinges on Empowering Federal Employees.” She joined the podcast to discuss how the administration can empower feds in the pursuit of land management and conservation.