and Related Press

"Coders and librarians team up to save scientific data," by Sharon Gaudin, March 20, 2017, ComputerWorld.

"Saving the world—or at least the world’s scientific and government data," March 14, 2017, O'Reilly Data Show.

"Building refuge for federal climate and environmental data," by Sarah Kolbe, March 13, 2017, Tableau Public.

"Save the Data: Hackers work to save research in Trump Era," March 10, 2017, Reuters TV.

"Hacktivists bring DataRefuge movement to Madison, WI," by Chelsea Johnson, March 10, 2017, Medium.

"The biggest risks to open government data are political," by Alex Howard, March 10, 2017, Sunlight Foundation.

"Canada Holds on to U.S. Climate Data for a Bit," March 9, 2017, The Daily Show.

"These are the 158 key federal science data sets rogue programmers have duplicated so far," by Zoë Schlanger, March 8, 2017, Quartz

"Terabytes of Government Data Copied," by Kerry Grens, March 8, 2017, TheScientist

"Universities race to safeguard government data under Trump," by Louise Lief, March 7, 2017, Columbia Journalism Review.

"Activists Set Out to Save Data, One Byte at a Time," by JoAnna Wendel, March 7, 2017, EOS.

"Activists Rush to Save Government Data - If They Can Find It," by Amy Harmon, March 6, 2017, The New York Times.

"The Data Refuge Project," March 3, 2017, DataSkeptic.

"Yale event to ‘rescue’ federal environmental data," by Mike Cummings, March 2, 2017, YaleNews.

"Why Trump's Election Scares Data Scientists," by Selena Larson, February 25, 2017, CNNTech.

"Rescuing Government Data From Trump Has Become a National Movement," by Ryan Mandelbaum, February 21, 2017, Gizmodo.

"At Haverford, 'Data Rescue' Aims to Save Vital Climate Research," by Susan Snyder, February 18, 2017, The Philadelphia Inquirer.

"Activists Race to Archive Climate Data to Protect It from the Trump Administration," by Eric Niler, February 17, 2017, The Seeker.

"Dozens of People Will Work Together to Preserve Federal Climate Data This Weekend," by Rachel Sadon, February 16, 2017, The DCist.

"Rice, UH Libraries to Host Data Rescue Project Next Month," by Angela Shah, February 16, 2017, Xconomy

"Scientists and Other Volunteers Are Banding Together to Save Data," by Tony Wagner, February 16, 2017, Marketplace Blog 

"How scientists are scrambling to safeguard vital environmental data," by Miles O'Brien, February 15, 2017, PBS NewsHour.

"If We Don't Use Our Climate Data, We Risk Losing It Forever," by Denice W. Ross, February 15, 2017, Pacific Standard.

"Working: The "How Does a Librarian Work?" Edition," by Jacob Brogan, February 6, 2017, Slate Working.

"Volunteers Are Coming Together to Preserve Public Data on Climate and the Environment," by Feliz Solomon, February 6, 2017, Fortune.

"Volunteers Archive Government Data, Worry Trump Administration Could Cut Access," by Daniela Hernandez, February 5, 2017, Wall Street Journal

"UM community and local volunteers partner to archive government data threated by presidential transition," by Emily Miiller, February 5, 2017, The Michigan Daily.

"The Race to Save Climate Data Runs through NYC," by Tanya Basu, February 4, 2017, Inverse.

"Archivists urge formal process for preserving data," by Matt Leonard, February 3, 2017, GCN Magazine.

"Concerned about Trump, UC Davis Experts Spend Day Archiving Climate Change Research," by Diana Lambert, February 2, 2017, The Sacramento Bee. 

"UC Davis Students Take Part in Climate Science 'Data Rescue,'" by Amy Quinton, February 2, 2017, Capital Public Radio.

"Researchers sound the alarm on federal scientific datasets that may be ‘disappeared’ by the Trump administration," by Lucy Vernasco, February 1, 2017, Grid Magazine.

"UC Davis joins effort to save climate change data out of fear Trump could purge info," by Diana Lambert, February 1, 2017, Sacramento Bee.

"Canada Becomes Data Safe Haven under Donald Trump Administration," by Mandy Kovacs, January 30, 2017, ITWorld Canada

"Protecting climate change data under Trump," by Nora Young, January 29, 2017, CBC Radio Spark.

"Umweltdaten in Gefahr - Klimaforscher bringen ihre Daten vor Trump in Sicherheit," by Thomas Häusler, January  28, 2017, SRF.

"3 Things You Need to Know About the Science Rebellion Against Trump," by Laura Parker and Craig Welch, January 27, 2017, National Geographic.

"Michigan web developers and archivists join race to back up federal agency data," by Rebecca Williams, January 27, 2017, Michigan Radio.

Journal de 7h, January 26, 2017, FranceCulture.

"People around the world are helping the US save its climate data," by Carolyn Beeler, January 26, 2016, PRI's The World. 

"Trump Administration Moves To Silence EPA, Hide 'Inconvenient' Climate Change Data," January 25, 2017, CBS Evening News. 

"GOING ROGUE: These Heroic Guerrilla Scientists and Librarians are Racing to Save Environmental Data from Trump," by Jerome Whitington, January 25, 2017, Quartz

"How One Student's Interest Is Shaping a New Penn Minor," January 24, 2017, The Daily Pennsylvanian

"Ein Zufluchtsort für Daten," by Thomas Reintjes, January 23, 2017, Deutschlandfunk.

"SCRAPE IT ALL: Hackers downloaded US government climate data and stored it on European servers as Trump was being inaugurated," by Zoe Schlanger, January 21, 2017, Quartz

"Fearing climate change databases may be threatened in Trump era, UCLA scientists work to protect them," by Amina Khan, January 21, 2017, Los Angeles Times.

"All References to Climate Change Have Been Deleted from the White House Website," by Jason Koebler, January 20, 2017, Motherboard VICE.

"Under Science-Unfriendly Administration, Internet And Its Data Are In Your Hands," by Kaila Colbin, January 20, 2017, Media Post.

"The Scramble To Protect Climate Data under Trump," by Lisa Song and Zahri Hirji, January 20, 2017, Inside Climate News. 

"Saving climate data," January 19, 2017, Vice News.

"Trump is Launching a War on Science--These People Are Fighting Back," by Maddie Stone, January 19, 2017, Gizmodo.

"Rogue scientists race to save climate data from Trump," by Zoe Schlanger, January 19, 2017, Wired.

"Ahead of Trump, final sprint to save climate data," by Katharina Wecker, January 17, 2017, Deutsche Welle.

"Art installation interprets water pollution with sound," by Susan Phillips, January 17, 2017, State Impact.

"Sichert, was geht!" by Alina Schadwinkel, January 14, 2017, Die Zeit.

"Fearing Trump data purge, environmentalists push to get records," by Jennifer A Dlouhy, January 13, 2017, Bloomberg Markets.

"How archivists and coders plan to stop censorship under Trump," by Sarah Okeson, January 6, 2017, National Memo.

"Les climatologues américains font barrage au péril Trump," by Isabelle Hanne and Aude Massiot, January 2, 2017, Libération.

"Crowd Sourcing the Harvest of Federal Data," by Heather Soyka, Winter 2016/17, DataOne Newsletter.

"Klimaforscher schützen Daten vor Trump," by Martina Buttler, December 20, 2016, Tagesschau.

"Data under Trump," January 2, 2017, FiveThirtyEight Politics Podcast, (31:00).

"Scientists scramble to protect decades of climate research before Trump takes office", December 29, 2016, Democracy Now!

"Data refuge", un rempart à l'évaporation de données concernant le climat aux Etats-Unis?," December 23, 2016, Le Journal des sciences, (5:55).

"Universities host pre-Trump archiving events to save US climate data," by Ellie Bothwell, December 22, 2016, Times Higher Education.

"Climate scientists are launching an anonymous hotline for government workers to report Trump meddling," by Ephrat Livni, Quartz.

"Trump climate deniers prompt scared scientists to set up hotline," by Brian K Sullivan, December 20, 2016, Bloomberg Politics.

"Protecting America's environmental websites & data from Trump," by Roy L. Hales, December 19, 2016, Clean Technica.

"Penn, Open Data Philly and Azavea are working to protect climate data before Trump becomes president," by Roberto Torres, December 19, 2016,

"Climat : sauvetage des données chez les scientifiques américains," by Elena Sender, December 19, 2016, Sciences et avenir.

"The Climate Data Harvest Project," December 16, 2016, Society of American Archivists.

"#DataRefuge - Scientists race to save climate research fearing Trump will delete it," by Kristen Arnim, December 16, 2016,

"Trump chiede i nomi di chi ha lavorato sul clima. Gli scienziati: salviamo i dati," by Andrea Barolini, December 16, 2016, Lifegate

"Get Involved: "DataRescue Events Are Being Scheduled to Preserve Climate Data," by Jolene Creighton, December 16, 2016, Futurism.

"Par peur du gouvernement Trump, les climatologues sauvegardent frénétiquement leurs données," December 15, 2016, 20 minutes.

"Why a ‘Guerrilla Archiving’ Project Seeks to Preserve Climate Data Before Trump Takes Office," by Goldie Blumenstyk, December 15, 2016, The Chronicle of Higher Education.

"‘Fear is palpable’ among U.S. climate scientists over Trump moves," December 15, 2016, Japan Times

"Toronto 'guerrilla' archivists to help preserve US climate data," December 15, 2016, BBC

"Fearing Trump, Penn scholars move to preserve climate-change data," by Tom Avril, December 14, 2016, Philadelphia Inquirer

"Scientists are Saving Climate Data; This Is Why it Matters," by Brian Kahn, December 14, 2016, Climate Central.

"‘Guerrilla archiving’: Scientists copy climate data, fearing Trump purge," by Michael Walsh, December 14, 2016, Yahoo News

"Scientists scramble to secure climate data, fearing Trump purge," by Steve Benen, December 14, 2016, The Rachel Maddow Show, MSNBC

"Canadians help U.S. scientists protect climate change data," December 14, 2016, CBC Radio.

"U of T preserving environmental websites in response to Trump presidency," by Kathleen O'Brien, December 14, 2016, University of Toronto News.

"Scientists Race To Preserve Climate Change Data Before Trump Takes Office," in All Things Considered, December 14, 2016, NPR

"Copying countdown: Trump-wary scientists' plan to preserve climate data" by Weston Williams, December 14, 2016, 2016, Christian Science Monitor

"Toronto group wants to save science and climate change data from Trump with internet archiving" by May Warren, December 13, 2016 Metro News.

"Why I’m trying to preserve federal climate data before Trump takes office," by Eric Holthaus, December 13, 2016, Washington Post

"Scientists frantically copying U.S. climate data, fearing it might vanish under Trump," by Brady Dennis, December 13, 2016, Washington Post and Chicago Tribune

"Researchers Are Preparing for Trump to Delete Government Science From the Web," by Jason Koebler, December 13, 2016, Vice