EPA Removes ‘international priorities’ Page from Site

Agency moving away from globalism to America First

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) removed an “international priorities” page from its website in December, according to a report released this week by the Environmental Data & Governance Initiative (EDGI).

The page had listed climate change, clean air, clean water, e-waste, toxic chemicals, and strong environmental institutions among its international priorities.

EDGI also reports the agency removed its “International Grants and Cooperative Agreements” and “International Cooperation” pages.

The “International Cooperation” page said the EPA sought to “promote sustainable development, protect vulnerable populations, facilitate commerce, and engage diplomatically around the world” with “global and bilateral partners.”

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