Energy Department Office Bars Use of Term “Climate Change”

HeadlineMar 30, 2017
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Employees at the Department of Energy’s Office of International Climate and Clean Energy were warned this week not to use the phrases “climate change,” “emissions reduction” or “Paris Agreement” in official communications. That’s according to Politico, which reported Wednesday that a supervisor prohibited the terms as President Trump signed an executive order Tuesday dismantling a number of climate rules established by President Obama.

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