EPA Search for Pruitt-Cited Climate Studies Comes Up Dry

From: Government Executive

“Nineteen months after it received a nonprofit’s Freedom of Information Act request, the Environmental Protection Agency has responded with a small batch documents that seem to undercut former Administrator Scott Pruitt’s hint of internal agency studies concluding that scientists are undecided about the human impact on climate change.Documents posted on Thursday by the nonprofit by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility show that the agency conducted a “multi-month search for any evidence contradicting the proposition that human activity is the primary driver of climate change and now admits that it has found virtually nothing of substance,” as summarized by the nonprofit’s attorney.”

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