Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Climate Change-Trump-Data

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Climate Change-Trump-Data

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TORONTO - ---

As the U-S presidential inauguration grows near, researchers at the University of Toronto are kickstarting a movement to preserve environmental data they believe could be at risk under Donald Trump's leadership.

A group of professors is planning what they call a "guerrilla archiving" meeting in Toronto on Saturday, the first such event in a broader project to find and capture sensitive information currently available to the public through the U-S Environmental Protection Agency.

The event -- a collaboration with the Internet Archive, a non-profit digital library -- will also serve as a blueprint for future archiving sessions, including one planned at the University of Pennsylvania.

One of the organizers, Michelle Murphy, says she and her colleagues decided to take action after seeing Trump's transition team, which includes several climate-change skeptics. …

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