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The Penn project to save climate data in the Trump era was featured on ‘The Daily Show’

Correspondent Jordan Klepper came to Penn in January to film the segment.

The Daily Show's Jordan Klepper reports on #datarefuge. (Screenshot)

The team at Penn that’s trying to build a refuge for climate data now that Trump’s in power got more national press last week — “Daily Show” correspondent Jordan Klepper did a story on the effort, which involves archivists and scientists across the country.

Klepper came to Penn in late January to film the segment for the Comedy Central satire news show, the Daily Pennsylvanian reported.

Watch it below or here.

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