Archiving Government Data
Working with partners we preserve vulnerable scientific data and web pages from the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Energy, and other agencies.
Monitoring Federal Websites
We monitor changes to tens of thousands of federal environmental and climate change web pages to trace how data, information, and their presentation change.
Interviewing Federal Experts
We interview federal employees to provide a human, qualitative perspective on how the current administration is affecting environmental health agencies.
Environmental Data Justice

We connect research and advocacy on Environmental and Data Justice to theorize, imagine and enact more just human-environmental relationships.

Recent Blog Posts

Radical Org: Prototyping Alternative Organizational Structures

Radical Org: Prototyping Alternative Organizational Structures

Author:

Kelsey Breseman, EDGI
Published:

January 25, 2020
By Kelsey Breseman, EDGI EDGI initially formed as a reaction to a presidential election, but has matured to fill an ongoing need for public accountability ...
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EDGI is now an ESIP Partner

EDGI is now an ESIP Partner

Author:

Kelsey Breseman
Published:

January 22, 2020
By Kelsey Breseman EDGI is proud to announce that we are now officially a partner of the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP). The partnership was ...
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Remarks by President Trump on Proposed National Environmental Policy Act Regulations — Annotated

Remarks by President Trump on Proposed National Environmental Policy Act Regulations — Annotated

Published:

January 15, 2020
INSTRUCTIONS: To see the annotations, click on the text that is highlighted in yellow below; the relevant annotations will then appear on the right side ...
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Articulating Values as Technologists: the Data Together Reading Group

Articulating Values as Technologists: the Data Together Reading Group

Author:

Kelsey Breseman
Published:

January 14, 2020
By Kelsey Breseman Heather: What is it we go into decentralization wanting, and what is it capable of doing? Kelsey: When we talk about decentralization ...
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The First 100 Days and Counting Series

EDGI has conducted in-depth analyses of the Environmental Protection Agency, environmental justice, and changes to federal climate change web content in the early Trump administration.

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Our work is made possible through grants and tax-deductible donations from the public.
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Volunteer to be a Web Monitoring Analyst

EDGI is looking for volunteer web monitoring analysts 5-10 hrs/weekAnalysts track and classify website changes flagged by our version tracking software. Each analyst is responsible for monitoring a set of web domains on a weekly cycle, which is important for ensuring timely response and coverage. If you’re interested, contact our Web Monitoring Program Coordinator at edgi.websitemonitoring@protonmail.com.

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If you are concerned about a program or dataset check out our Archiving page for ways to ensure it is preserved. You can also contribute how-tos and tools to our GitHub!