Climate Change

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For Gore, ‘Future’ Means Altered Capitalism, Democracy

Gore claims uninhibited capitalism could bring about climate catastrophe.
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NBC's Andrea Mitchell Frets Over Climate Change to Al Gore: 'Do We Still Have Time?'

In an interview with Al Gore aired on Wednesday's NBC Nightly News, correspondent Andrea Mitchell treated the former Vice President like a climate change prophet: "Floods. Fires. Historic ...
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New Al Gore Book, Same Climate Apocalypse

In his latest, former VP describes Al Jazeera as ‘feisty and relatively independent.’
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Networks Ignore $14-Trillion Global ‘Greening’ Plan

Annual meeting of the World Economic Forum not mentioned on evening, morning news.
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ABC Hypes High Temperatures in U.S. to Push for Climate Change 'Action,' NBC Misrepresents Data

All three evening newscasts on Tuesday hyped a report that 2012 was the hottest on record for the United States. NBC actually mislead viewers into thinking the data relates to the entire planet ...
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Five Reasons The Networks Have No Business Covering Business (Or the Economy)

In 2012 alone, from approaching a fiscal cliff to Occupy movement, media proved unable to fairly cover many issues.
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NYT's Climate Change Reporter Dismisses 'Skeptical Skunks,' Assumes Problem 'Growing Worse'

Times climate-change reporter John Broder shows his deep respect for dissenting opinionsin a print story and on the paper's Green blog: "Few would compare a United Nations climate change ...
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Times' Alarmist Climate Reporter Hails Lefty College Divestment Push as 'Vanguard of a National Movement'

The Times' most alarmist climate reporter Justin Gillis strikes again, hyping a left-wing "divestment" movement at a small college in Pennsylvania: "As they consider how to ratchet up their ...
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Apocalypse Soon at the New York Times: 'Higher Seas and Greater Coastal Flooding' on Horizon

From the Times' tag team of global warming advocacy, Justin Gillis and John Broder: "Further increases in carbon dioxide are likely to have a profound effect on climate, scientists say, leading ...
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