"IUPUI professors help rescue federal environmental data from extinction" by Michele Whitehair

About a dozen people sat at computers in a classroom in the basement of the library at IUPUI. Not the most unusual sight to see, but they weren’t there for the usual reasons.

They were saving information. From our own future government.

Indiana has now joined the rush to save federal data from President-elect Donald Trump after reports that his administration’s EPA transition team intends to remove some climate data from the EPA’s website.

Jason Kelly, the director of IUPUI’s Arts and Humanities Institute, led the first of what he hopes turns into many data rescues on Thursday . . . . (continue at NUVO)