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U.S., European Media Still Worlds Apart on Climate Change Coverage

Europeans accuse the U.S. media of giving climate skeptics a disproportionate voice and perpetuating a debate that has been settled among scientists

By Tom Vandyck,

Jul 6, 2011
Journalists with Yvo de Boer, former Executive Secretary of the UNFCCCC

The same is true of the Chicago Tribune, said Kempf. "When people say they are disbelievers of climate change, you have to point out that most of this has been debunked. I would say most of our stories — 75 percent — are overwhelmingly showing that climate change exists. Ice is melting, animals are dying — that kind of thing. And then every once in a while, you get something else."

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