Well, the City of Minneapolis has put it back online.
"While this information may not be readily available on the EPA’s website, in Minneapolis we know climate change is real," the city's website says.
The deleted EPA data includes information on what causes climate change, the impact it has on weather, as well as the steps federal government has taken to reduce its impact.
And by putting it on the city's website, Minneapolis says it's making sure people have access to that information.
Other cities like Boston, Atlanta, Houston, San Franciso and Seattle have all posted the deleted EPA information online. This website helps people republish the data.
Why'd the EPA delete it?
The EPA started updating its website in the spring, scrapping information on climate change, greenhouse gases and other topics.
The EPA said at the time the changes to the site "reflect EPA's priorities under the leadership of President Trump and Administrator Pruitt." You can read more about that here.
Scott Pruitt, who's the head of the EPA, has said he doesn't believe carbon dioxide is a main factor in global warming.