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Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States yesterday, and aside from getting rid of Obama’s “Obamacare” policy, the new president managed to remove the page containing information about climate changes from the official White House website.

White House Climate Change Page 2

Instead of the climate change page, the website only shows information regarding “America First Energy Plan” which is a new energy plan that will change most of Obama’s energy policies.

The page reads, ““President Trump is committed to eliminating harmful and unnecessary policies such as the Climate Action Plan and the Waters of the U.S. rule.”

Searching the site gives nothing except archived pages. As you can see below, the two images show the page before and after the inauguration. The first one clearly shows info about climate change, while the second shows how the page disappeared in the meantime.

White House Climate Change Page 1

White House Climate Change Page

This move worried researchers, with them now trying to recover as much information as they can from the site, before it all disappears permanently. For now, Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) website is still intact, but many believe it will soon see changes. A source from EPA hinted that during the first week of Trump’s presidency, all pages regarding climate change could be taken down.

Aside from EPA’s and White House website, people are archiving data on climate change from other scientific websites such as NASA, NOAA, Department of Energy, in the case data gets shot down. It is still unknown will other government pages containing info on climate change disappear, but removing the page from White House website in just a day shows that the new US president doesn’t regard climate change as a serious issue.

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