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USDA Office Told to Use ‘Weather Extremes’ instead of ‘Climate Change’

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by Devin Henry (The Hill)  Officials at a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) office told staffers to avoid the term “climate change” in their communications and use language like “weather extremes” instead, The Guardian reported Monday.

According to emails obtained by The Guardian, officials told staffers in the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to change the way they discuss climate change in their work.

According to the office, climate change would become “weather extremes.” Climate change adaptation should instead be “resilience to weather,” and efforts to “reduce greenhouse gases” should instead be deemed as ways to “build soil organic matter, increase nutrient use efficiency.”  READ MORE

US federal department is censoring use of term ‘climate change’, emails reveal  (The Guardian)

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