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

EPA initiated fewer civil cases in 2018 than it has in over 35 years (and other red flags of weak enforcement)

EPA initiated fewer civil cases in 2018 than it has in over 35 years (and other red flags of weak enforcement)

2018 was one of the weakest, perhaps the weakest, enforcement year for the EPA in decades ...
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Pollution and Hazardous Waste Reduction Is the Lowest on Record Under Trump’s EPA

Pollution and Hazardous Waste Reduction Is the Lowest on Record Under Trump’s EPA

Contrary to the EPA's recently released "Year in Review," we are not on a path to a safer, cleaner future ...
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Which Environmental and Data Justice Projects Inspire You?

Which Environmental and Data Justice Projects Inspire You?

Which environmental and data justice projects inspire you? In these fraught times, new modes of activism, research, and partnership are ...
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Newly empowered Democrats need to save the EPA – again

Newly empowered Democrats need to save the EPA – again

The new Democratic-led House can restore teeth to the agency that safeguards our health – they did it once before ...
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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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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!