Global Warming

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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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MSNBC’s Alex Wagner, Guest Use Blizzard to Complain about GOP, ‘Big Oil Industry’ ‘Fighting’ Climate Change

During her MSNBC show Now on Monday, Alex Wagner featured Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University’s Earth Institute, who took advantage of the blizzard set to strike New York City and New England to ...
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On MSNBC, Bill Nye Hits 'Unglued' Viewers Who Object to Blaming Blizzard on Climate Change

A severe winter storm about to strike the northeast is caused by global warming? That's the unsurprising suggestion by climate change enthusiast Bill Nye on MSNBC, Monday. The TV ...
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All Three Networks Fall for ‘Meaningless’ ‘Hottest Year’ Claims

Scientists accuse NASA/NOAA of misleading public, show temperature differences within margin of error.
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