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Activists Tell Scientists To Download Climate Change Data Before Trump Deletes It

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Activists Tell Scientists To Download Climate Change Data Before Trump Deletes It

 

Environmental activists are afraid the Trump administration will alter or delete data sets scientists use to track global warming after the president-elect takes control in January.

The accusation, first reported by Mashable, has gotten at least one climate scientist to create a list of climate data sets his colleagues don’t want to see deleted.
The genesis of such fears seems to have been a Mashable article published Saturday, citing Michael Halpern, an activist with the Union of Concerned Scientists.

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