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“Scott Pruitt’s First EPA Speech Gets a D+/C- from Environmental Academics” February 25, 2017, Newsweek

“Así resisten los científicos las polémicas medidas de Trump” February 07, 2017, El Mercurio

“In Age of Trump, Scientists Show Signs of a Political Pulse” February 06, 2017, New York Times

“Volunteers Are Coming Together to Preserve Public Data on Climate and the Environment” February 06, 2017, Fortune

“Volunteers Archive Government Data, Worry Trump Administration Could Cut Access” February 05, 2017, Wall Street Journal

“Data on climate change progress is disappearing from the US State Department website” January 31, 2017, Business Insider

“A Coalition of Scientists Keeps Watch on the U.S. Government’s Climate Data” January 27, 2017, The Intercept

“Trump officials suspend plan to delete EPA climate web pages” January 25, 2017, Science

“Toronto ‘guerrilla’ archivists to help preserve US climate data” December 15th, 2016, BBC News.

“Copying countdown: Trump-wary scientists’ plan to preserve climate data” by Weston Williams, December 14th, 2016, Christian Science Monitor.

Researchers Are Preparing for Trump to Delete Government Science From the Web,” by Jason Koebler, December 13, 2016, Vice

“Scientists frantically copying U.S. climate data, fearing it might vanish under Trump,” by Brady Dennis, December 13, 2016, Washington Post and Chicago Tribune.

Member Op-Eds

“It’s vital for science that we cache US federal agency facts” by Rebecca Lave. February 16, 2017, Times Higher Education.

“Environmental Data, Guerrilla Archiving, and the Trump Transition” by Jerome Whitington. January 17, 2017, Cultural Anthropology.


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