The EPA’s website makes climate change a priority again
After a four-year hiatus during the Donald Trump administration, the climate change webpage is back up on the Environmental Protection Agency website. Not only is climate change a “priority” once again at the agency, but information about how it affects Americans’ lives is now more accessible, inclusive, and interactive.
“Climate facts are back on EPA’s website where they should be,” EPA Administrator Michael Regan said in a press release yesterday.
Information about climate change was drastically pared down on federal websites under former president Trump, who also falsely called climate change a “hoax.” The restored webpage is an important source of vetted information for…