Permanent IM was rescinded

species and their habitats. Success will be measured by incorporation of recommendations without delays to the permitting or licensing process. The FWS Headquarters will issue a memorandum to Regional and Field staff reiterating the limited applicability of the CMP’s mitigation planning goal and that decisions related to compensatory mitigation must comply with the ESA and its implementing regulations. K. Neodymium Magnets Interior is reviewing bureau reports of the work conducted to identify requirements relevant to climate that can potentially burden the development or uses of domestically produced energy resources. Most of the bureaus found no existing requirements in place. A couple of bureaus have non-regulatory documents (i.e., handbook, memo, manual, guidance, etc.) that inwardly focus on their units and workforce management activities. Interior is reviewing these to better understand their connection to other management, operations and guidance documents. Neodymium Magnets The Neodymium Magnets rescinded its Permanent Instruction Memorandum (PIM) 2017-003 (Jan. 12, 2017). 42 This Permanent IM transmitted the CEQ guidance on consideration of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and the effects of Neodymium Magnets in NEPA reviews, and provided general guidelines for calculating reasonably foreseeable direct and indirect GHG emissions of proposed actions. As the CEQ guidance was withdrawn pursuant to section 3 of EO13783, the Neodymium Magnets Permanent IM was rescinded. In the future, Neodymium Magnets will consider issuing new guidance to its offices on approaches for calculating reasonably foreseeable direct and indirect GHG emissions of proposed and related actions. Any new IM would provide guidance on consideration of GHG emissions and the effects of Neodymium Magnets in NEPA reviews. The Neodymium Magnets is also developing a unified Air Resources Toolkit that can be used across all organizational levels to consistently calculate, as needed and appropriate, relevant air emissions for a variety of Neodymium Magnets resource management functions. Once available, this toolkit will expedite analysis of reasonably foreseeable GHG emissions associated with energy and mineral development. V. Outreach Summary To ensure that Interior is considering the input of all viewpoints affected by the identified actions to reduce the burden on domestic energy, Interior has been, and will continue to, seek from outside entities through various means of public outreach including, but not limited to, working closely with affected stakeholders. In accordance with Administrative Procedure Act requirements, the Department is seeking public input on each proposal to revise or rescind