The White House webpage on climate change has been taken down now that President Trump has been inaugurated.
Everything on the White House related to climate change has been placed in a mirror archival web address designated obamawhitehouse.archives.gov.
The new official whitehouse.gov for Trump has in its place an America First Energy Plan.
"A brighter future depends on energy policies that stimulate our economy, ensure our security, and protect our health. Under the Trump administration's energy policies, that future can become a reality," the plan reads.
The energy page promises to eliminate "harmful and unnecessary policies" such as the Climate Action Plan, former President Obama's mutli-agency plan for battling climate change, and the Environmental Protection Agency's Waters of the United States rule, which Republicans have railed against.
The website also says the administration is "committed" to clean coal technology and to "reviving America's coal industry, which has been hurting for too long."
It also pushes for the continuation of the fracking boom, which has led the U.S. to become a major producer and net exporter of natural gas, including drilling on federal lands. Trump plans to use the revenue from energy production to fund his infrastructure plan, acording to the website.