Global Warming

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Famous Journalist’s ‘70s Ice Obsession: ‘Glaciers Down to the Mason-Dixon Line’

‘Murrow Boy’ Howard K. Smith also feared ice age, cited scientists and called their arguments ‘pretty convincing.’
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Networks Say Nothing As Congressional Democrats Bully Climate Skeptics

Politicians send ‘chilling’ requests for funding information to academics, non-profits and corporations because of differing climate views.
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Yale Eco-Podcast Urges: Eat More Bugs!

Climate Connections criticizes meat, claims insects are more environmentally friendly so people should ‘get past the gag reflex.’
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MSNBC, Post, Other Media Still Link Snowfall to Global Warming

2015 winter storms frequently linked by journalists to ‘manmade climate change.’
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And That’s the Way It Was: In 1972, Cronkite Warned of ‘New Ice Age’

‘Legendary journalist’ and CBS news anchor shared ‘bad news’ about cold during ‘70s cooling scare.
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Top UN Climate Official Resigns After Sexual Harassment Claims, Networks Silent

Rajendra Pachauri leaves IPCC chairmanship after an employee accuses him of ‘unwanted’ communications.
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Snowbound Networks Devote 17+ Minutes to Climate Change

In month of brutal cold, heavy snows and snowiest February for Boston, nets maintain warming obsession.
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Telegraph: ‘Adjusted’ Temperature Data ‘Biggest Science Scandal Ever’

Government scientists allegedly increased data by one degree Celsius, but change ‘never plausibly explained.’
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Jewish Journalist Labeled Climate ‘Denier’ for His Reporting, Compared to Hitler

David Rose says online commenters urged his children to kill him, leaked his personal info on Twitter.
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MSNBC Suggests Connection Between Blizzard and Climate Change on Five Separate Shows

Cable network guests and hosts bring up climate change in snowstorm reports, although some scientists dispute connection. 
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