dedicated page on the Environmental Protection Agency’s website. The agency relaunched the page on Thursday after the Trump administration , and all other references to global warming and climate change, when he went into office four years ago.once again has a
“Climate facts are back on the EPA’s website where they should be,” EPA Administrator Michael Regan said in a statement. “Considering the urgency of this crisis, it’s critical that Americans have access to information and resources so that we can all play a role in protecting our environment, our health, and vulnerable communities. Trustworthy, science-based information is at the foundation of strong, achievable solutions.”
The relaunched site has two simple messages on an image carousel on the home page: The climate crisis is an EPA priority and public understanding of the implications of the crisis are essential to addressing it.