• Our 2020 Annual Report details how we've pursued our vision of collaborative environmental care and the conscientious co-creation of just and sustainable futures.
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.
Promoting 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

Financial Transparency is Dwindling at DOI

Financial Transparency is Dwindling at DOI

Author:

Gretchen Gehrke, Marcy Beck, Alejandro Paz
Published:

July 31, 2020
There has been a significant reduction in the financial transparency of the Department of the Interior (DOI). Between April and May 2020, DOI removed the ...
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Joe Biden’s Clean Energy Plan Speech — Annotated

Joe Biden’s Clean Energy Plan Speech — Annotated

Author:

Scout Blum, Jay Turner
Published:

July 29, 2020
In this annotation, the Environmental History Action Collaborative — a group of environmental historians and scholars – furnishes context and provides fact checking to allow ...
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Meet the Interns: Environmental Enforcement Watch

Meet the Interns: Environmental Enforcement Watch

Author:

Casey Greenleaf, Cole Alder, Gabrielle Trudo, Leslie Alanis, Maalvika Bhat, and Megan Raisle
Published:

July 24, 2020
Environmental Enforcement Watch (EEW) is EDGI's latest project. A collaborative effort across several of our working groups, EEW is a series of online workshops aimed ...
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DOI Adds “Recreation” Priority and Webpage, Continues to Lack Meaningful Focus on Other Priorities

DOI Adds “Recreation” Priority and Webpage, Continues to Lack Meaningful Focus on Other Priorities

Author:

Jesse Divalli, Sara Wylie, Gretchen Gehrke, EDGI
Published:

June 16, 2020
Over the last year, the Department of Interior (DOI) has adopted a new priority: through the creation of a new webpage and a series of ...
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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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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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