DNR Fights Climate Change...By Deleting Most Of Climate Change Web Content
All that DNR outdated climate change information, webpages and links I wrote about here Sunday - - gone now - - except one paragraph and a link to a partnership.
Maybe the issue has been solved?
Or did the agency just dislike the posting;s headline?
On The DNR's Climate Change Pages, All Hail Governor DoyleThat posting still has some of the content that the DNR has either deleted or moved somewhere camouflaged.
Let's begin with the agency's main Climate Change page, under "Currently in our State,' where you find three short bulleted entries with citations to information released in 2010 or early 2011, including a link to a key Legislative Council Study pdf since removed from the website, and a line about a Jim Doyle task force that produced bill never brought to a vote in the Legislature. The page does not indicate when it was last updated.
So "Currently" is a bit oxymoronic. Read on...
The Basics page was last updated January 14, 2010.
The Climate Trends page was last updated May 11, 2010.
The Impacts page was last updated January 19, 2010.
The Adaptations page was last updated February 14, 2011.
The Government Initiatives page was last updated on October 7, 2011, but contains a link that goes nowhere, gets you to links supposedly referencing work at the US Environmental Protection Agency - - that actually brings you a gloomy assessment because of GOP-led efforts to block EPA clean air work - - and takes you back to the DNR "initiatives" page that features information from the Doyle administration:
Looks like you're being monitored James! By the big and enept DNR heads.
Look I don't blame rank and file. They've been very responsive to one violation I reported.
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