Podcast Episode: Bias in Climate Change Reporting

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October 27, 2021

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While climate change continues to impact our daily lives, the scientific facts surrounding the crisis continue to be reported by media outlets. But some conservative outlets allow opinions and biases to override scientific facts.

In today’s episode, we discuss the history of bias in climate change reporting, the debate on scientific facts surrounding climate change, the impact of climate change on young people, and suggestions for how to combat climate change in our everyday lives.

This episode was co-authored by Cailin Martin, Vaish Rajakumar, and Holly Petre and also edited and scored by Holly Petre.

 

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