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The National Park Service removed climate change plans from website, but it may be for a good reason



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Earlier this month, the government watchdog group EDGI found that the climate change plans for 92 different national park sites had been removed from the National Park Service website. 

On Dec. 21, EDGI, short for Environmental Data and Governance Initiative, published a report about the disappearance of the documents, which were available online as PDFs. 

The park service then responded to the report, telling EDGI that the climate change documents had only been removed temporarily so they could be improved to meet Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards: Read more…

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