Some colleagues in Environmental Sociology have been discussing the need to pre-emptively download federal datasets that may no longer be readily available after the Trump administration takes office. See also the efforts of climate scientists, detailed here:
Are there planning-related datasets that may be at risk?
Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies Department
University of California-Santa Cruz
PS From a environmental sociology colleague, here are some helpful links to EPA data currently available for download:
You would perhaps know better than I, but is there any reason to believe the EPA's Smart Location Database would be removed?
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