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Environment

Climate Coverage Survey

Collide-a-ScapeBy Keith KloorJanuary 10, 2011 6:16 PM

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Those of you who perhaps followed this weekend thread at Real Climate know that I had planned to carry out a little experiment this week. I had intended on proving that there is no dearth of climate change coverage in the media and what's more, that it wasn't nearly as trite or bad as many critics make it out to be. But I made that pledge before the Tucson tragedy occurred. And as I said in my latest comment at RC, that event will be dominating the nation's news, politics, and discourse. I'd also like to stay dialed into the developing national discussion over our increasingly harsh and vitriolic political rhetoric. I'll carry out my daily survey of the climate change coverage next week.

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