Back in March, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke ordered a “reexamination” of the agency’s climate policies and practices. And now the U.S. Department of the Interior has stripped information from its website regarding topics like the glacier-melting problem in Montana’s Glacier National Park and rising sea levels on Florida’s Pelican Island. Images of melting glaciers and wildfires have also disappeared from the site. Of course, the DOI isn’t the only agency in the Trump administration with a missing climate data problem.
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Ryan Zinke, Tell Us How You Really Feel About Public Lands (Like, Really)
Latest NewsUnited StatesJeff Turrentine
Donald Trump’s choice to head the Interior Department says he opposes giving away America’s wilderness. But he voted to make doing so much, much easier.