This week the EPA removed many of their climate resources from their web page, including several that I have mentioned in this blog, such as the report on climate change indicators in the Southeast. Fortunately, a number of different groups have mirrored these sites, figuring that they would be taken down. So if you are looking for the old EPA reports on climate, you can find them at http://saveourepa.com/climatechange.html. I will add other mirror sites as I find them.
If you’d like more information on the EPA’s move, you can read the Washington Post article here.
Update: Here is another mirror site: http://tornado.sfsu.edu/epa/EPA.html.
Update 5/11: The City of Chicago has also preserved the web site. You can read more here.