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Azerbaijani government criticized for silencing media ahead of climate summit

Azerbaijani government criticized for silencing media ahead of climate summit

Azerbaijan faces accusations of suppressing media and activists as it prepares to host the UN Cop29 climate talks in November.

Fiona Harvey reports for The Guardian.

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Many journalists covering climate crisis face threats and violence

Many journalists covering climate crisis face threats and violence

A recent survey reveals that nearly 40% of journalists reporting on climate and environmental issues have been threatened, with 11% experiencing physical violence.

Nina Lakhani reports for The Guardian.

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Researchers aim to boost climate change themes in Hollywood movies

Researchers aim to boost climate change themes in Hollywood movies

A new study reveals that most Hollywood blockbusters fail to address the reality of climate change, despite public demand for more relevant content.

Patrick Whittle reports for TheAssociated Press.

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

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.

Joey Grostern reports for DeSmog.

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Living on Earth: The new climate denial

Living on Earth: The new climate denial

A recent report finds that social media platforms like YouTube are amplifying and sometimes profiting from new forms of climate denial that falsely claim it’s too late to act on the climate crisis.

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Third of UK teenagers believe climate change exaggerated, report shows

A third of UK teenagers believe climate change is “exaggerated”, a report has found, as YouTube videos promoting a new kind of climate denial aimed at young people proliferate on the platform.

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Oil-friendly ad blitz targets Calif. climate policies

Oil industry allies in California are filling television and computer screens statewide with a multimillion-dollar ad campaign that blames state climate policies for pushing up gasoline and electricity costs.

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