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Media outlets pull Saudi Aramco's climate ads amidst regulatory scrutiny

Following a complaint about misleading climate advertisements in the UK, the Financial Times and Reuters have removed Saudi Aramco's content promoting its environmental initiatives.

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Disinformation is big challenge as COP28 opens in Dubai

As the world’s leaders gather this week at a major summit to discuss ways to address the effects of global warming, one of the greatest obstacles they face is disinformation.

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Climate solutions are necessary. So we're dedicating a week to highlight them

Climate change is here. And this week, NPR is doing something new. We're dedicating an entire week to focus on the search for climate solutions, with stories across our network.

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Mark Hertsgaard and Kyle Pope: The media needs to cover the climate crisis as seriously as it covered COVID
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Mark Hertsgaard and Kyle Pope: The media needs to cover the climate crisis as seriously as it covered COVID

With some exceptions, the news industry is still not responding to the true scale and danger of global heating.

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Roger Harrabin: After 30 years, I’m finally saying what I’m not supposed to say about climate change

Veteran BBC analyst Roger Harrabin was encouraged not to ‘sap the will of the public’ by reporting the full extent of dismay among climate scientists. But Rishi Sunak’s rowback on net zero has changed all that…
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Following the science, above the ground and below

Raymond Zhong has experienced highs and lows while reporting on the environment. Literally.
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Crisis? What crisis? Media failing to convey the urgency of the climate emergency

If an alien landed on Planet Earth today and started watching television and reading the newspapers, it would probably not realize that humanity and the natural world face an existential threat – one that has taken us into the Sixth Mass Extinction, is already devastating the lives of many, especially in the Global South, and is set to hit the rest of us soon.

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