(CNN)References to climate change and the Environmental Protection Agency's use of renewable energy have been removed from several of its web pages, according to an analysis by the Environmental Data and Governance Initiative.
- On the above page, several references to climate change have been removed. Previously, it had listed "climate change resilience" as one of the EPA's strategic plans in August. It had also contained two links to EPA's climate change adaptation plan and its policy statement on climate change adaptation, which are no longer there.
- On another web page, the reference to how the EPA was the "first major federal agency to purchase renewable energy equal to 100% of its estimated annual electricity use nationwide" has been removed.
- That same statistic about how the EPA uses renewable energy equal to 100% of its estimated annual electricity use, has been edited out on another web page.