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.

Recent Blog Posts

Sage Grouse Informational Resources on BLM Website Inadequate for Public Participation in Management Plan Amendments

Image credit: Bob Wick Report: Reduction in Access to Sage Grouse Conservation Information and Resource on BLM Websites The sage ...
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Climate Change Information Gone from DOI Website

Climate Change Information Gone from DOI Website

By Gretchen Gehrke  EDGI Report: DOI Further Restricts Access to Climate Change Web Pages The U.S. Department of the Interior ...
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Fish and Wildlife Service removed online resources after controversial opinion on incidental take

Fish and Wildlife Service removed online resources after controversial opinion on incidental take

Image: A capture of FWS.gov’s 404 error page. Users will no longer be able to access the site’s “Incidental Take” ...
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EDGI's Congressional Testimony for Energy and Commerce Subcommittee Hearing: “EPA Enforcement: Taking the Environmental Cop off the Beat”

EDGI’s Congressional Testimony for Energy and Commerce Subcommittee Hearing: “EPA Enforcement: Taking the Environmental Cop off the Beat”

C_Seller_EDGI_Testimony_&_Appendix_2_26_19_E&CDownload On Tuesday February 26th Professor Chris Sellers from Stony Brook University testified on behalf of EDGI for the House ...
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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.

Funding

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 Jake Wylie at edgi.websitemonitoring@protonmail.com.

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Collaborate on Archiving

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!