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Staff told to 'stand down' on axing climate page

The Trump administration has apparently walked back plans to scrub climate change references from U.S. EPA's website. "We've been told to stand down," an EPA employee told E&E News today. That directive comes after staff was told yesterday to remove the climate page from the EPA website, sparking a scramble by outside data specialists to download files.

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