Changing the Digital Climate

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The Environmental Data and Governance Initiative (EDGI) continues its series of reports on the Trump administration’s impacts on environmental policy and data governance. “Changing the Digital Climate” is the third of a multi-part series on the early days of the Trump administration. In this series, EDGI authors systematically investigate historical precedents for Trump’s attack on the EPA, consequences for toxic regulation and environmental justice, and changes to the public presentation of climate change.

 

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Author(s): Toly Rinberg, Maya Anjur-Dietrich, Marcy Beck, Andrew Bergman, Justin Derry, Lindsey Dillon, Gretchen Gehrke, Rebecca Lave, Chris Sellers, Nick Shapiro, Anastasia Aizman, Dan Allan, Madelaine Britt, Raymond Cha, Janak Chadha, Morgan Currie, Sara Johns, Abby Klionsky, Stephanie Knutson, Katherine Kulik, Aaron Lemelin, Kevin Nguyen, Eric Nost, Kendra Ouellette, Lindsay Poirier, Sara Rubinow, Justin Schell, Lizz Ultee, Julia Upfal, Tyler Wedrosky, Jacob Wylie, EDGI
Publication Date: January 10, 2018
Preferred Citation: Rinberg, T., Anjur-Dietrich, M., Beck, M., Bergman, A., Derry, J., Dillon, L., Gehrke, G., Lave, R., Sellers, C., Shapiro, N., Aizman, A., Allan, D., Britt, M., Cha, R., Chadha, J., Currie, M., Johns, S., Klionsky, A., Knutson, S., Kulik, K., Lemelin, A., Nguyen, K., Nost, E., Ouellette, K., Poirier, L., Rubinow, S., Schell, J., Ultee, L., Upfal, J., Wedrosky, T., Wylie, J., EDGI. (2018, January 10). Changing the Digital Climate: How Climate Change Web Content is Being Censored Under the Trump Administration. Retrieved from https://envirodatagov.org/publication/changing-digital-climate