climate change media

The fossil fuel industry is spending millions to salvage its reputation.
MORE: As journalists, we dutifully report on what's going wrong, from scandals and corruption to natural disasters and social
Luckily for people who are actually interested in climate change, there were other places to go. The march received robust
"We can't stop it, we've just got to stop building vast houses on seashores," he added. "The world has been changing for
"There is no scientific debate!" O'Brien said. Watch the video to see Costello's comments on CNN. "For many reasons, people
CNN chief Jeff Zucker has an explanation for why his network doesn't cover climate change that much: the audience isn't interested
CNN did many good segments on climate change throughout, but this was certainly not one of them. WATCH: Now, it's probably
Climate change has been in headlines more than usual in recent days, with the UN's latest report warning of its dangers. How
The study, which looked at coverage from 2005-2011, found that such solutions were discussed in concert with the impact of
CNBC's Joe Kernen said Thursday morning that climate change and higher temperatures in January were likely not a result of
Reuters' climate coverage has continued to drop significantly under the regime of its new "skeptic" editor, with less than
On Friday, "Meet the Press" host David Gregory sent out this tweet: But they're also turning to actual climate scientists
Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) announced earlier this week that they are launching an effort to
"Any weather extreme now is said to be man-made and therefore it fulfills the leftist agenda," he added. "Obviously there
Here is a graph of the results: Surprise! The media still doesn't want to discuss climate change that much. A new FAIR survey
If a half-dozen volunteers can keep a page with more than 4 million users from being a microphone for the antiscientific, is it too much to ask for newspapers to police their own editorial pages as proficiently?
Why does our political system appear incapable not only of taking any significant action to meet this threat, but also appears to be in denial about the facts of the threat itself? There are many possible reasons, but I would posit the following as three of the most important.
In April, President Obama told Rolling Stone, "I suspect that over the next six months, this is going to be a debate that
If climate change is humanity's greatest challenge, a close second must be uniting people around the common goal of overcoming it.