The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, in its rush to remove critical climate data from its website, even eliminated a climate change page for kids. The site—"A Student's Guide to Global Climate Change"—featured videos and information geared toward children, but now it can no longer be accessed on the EPA’s current site or through the online archive of climate information from the previous administration. Sorry, kids.
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ExplainerPuerto Rico, New York City, United States, ClevelandBrian Palmer
Let’s not forget what America looked like before we had the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Our rivers caught on fire, our air was full of smog, and it stank (literally).
ExplainerUnited StatesBrian Palmer
The incoming head of the EPA believes states should be in charge of their own environmental regulations. Been there, done that, got the oil-soaked T-shirt.