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Members of the History Department Host Archiving Event to Preserve Environmental Data

December 20, 2016

Michelle Murphy and Matt Price, two members of the Department of History, are organizing a "Guerilla Archiving" event on Saturday, December 17th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A response to the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, the purpose of the event is to identify and archive programs and data made accessible by the Environmental Protection Agency. You can read more in articles by the Globe and MailToronto Star and CBC News.

For more information or to register for the Guerilla Archiving event, please visit the webpage

Update: The "Guerilla Archiving" event was a successful start to preserving climate data and creating a digital archive. The event even garnered a mention on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. For more information, please visit:  (CTV) (Global News) (CBC The National - 5:15 mark) (CTV - clip does not play on mobile) (CBC - clip does not play on mobile)  (Global News - clip does not play on mobile) (City TV - clip does not play on mobile) (CBC Radio - clip does not play on mobile) (The Late Show - 2:15 mark) (CTV Your Morning) (Toronto Life) (Wired).

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