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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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Oregon cherry growers seek assistance from governor

Oregon cherry farmers are seeking access to critical resources and federal funding from state leaders amid a third bad crop season as a result of climate change.

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An Iowa meteorologist started talking about climate change on newscasts. Then came the harassment

The harassment started to intensify as TV meteorologist Chris Gloninger did more reporting on climate change during local newscasts — outraged emails and even a threat to show up at his house.

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The media covers only a narrow slice of climate research

Tens of thousands of papers about climate change are published every year, but media coverage isn’t giving the public a full picture of this research, according to a new study.

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Wildfire season isn’t over. CT officials are preparing for future air quality risks

In Canada, forest fires are most common from May to September. But federal officials say climate change has already led to longer and more intense wildfire seasons. State health officials said Monday they are preparing for that risk.

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In-N-Out Burger, Meta fight California climate change bill

In-N-Out Burger and Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook are lobbying against a bill that would force them to reveal their greenhouse gas emissions.
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‘Don’t Look Up’ director’s plan to win climate information war

The fossil-fuel industry has funded climate propaganda for decades. Don’t Look Up director Adam McKay tells Josh Marcus about his plan to counter it.

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