USNPS says deleted climate change documents will be restored to websites; claims move not political
The National Park Service has removed 92 documents on climate change from its website. PDFs describing the agency’s “Climate Friendly Parks Program” were taken down this month, according to the Environmental Data and Governance Initiative, an investigative journalism nonprofit.
It’s difficult to pinpoint when the documents were pulled, but archived versions of the page reveal it happened between December 6 and December 20, 2017. The National Park Service chose not to disclose the update in the page’s source code, which some agencies elect to do for transparency reasons.