Zoë Schlanger

Quartz Media

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Environment reporter for Quartz Media

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The Badlands National Park Twitter account was scrubbed of tweets mentioning climate change. Other agencies like the EPA and USDA are also grappling with new climate directives.

US scientists face gag orders

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