South Bend joins a handful of cities in archiving EPA climate change data

Author: Marek Mazurek

SOUTH BEND — South Bend has joined cities around the country in publishing climate change data that was taken down from the Environmental Protection Agency's website by the Trump administration in late April.

On June 13, Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced on social media that South Bend would store the data on its online servers.

“It’s an expressions of values,” Buttigieg said in a phone interview with The Tribune. “(Posting the data) lets us state as a community our belief that climate change is a real issue.”


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