Heat Deflector

Friday, December 08, 2006

Transcript

If you ask Senator James Inhofe, outgoing chair of the committee for environmental oversight, who’s most at fault for global warming problems, he’s less likely to point at the energy industry than at the media industry. New York Times reporter Andrew Revkin explains why climate coverage makes it so easy for partisans to blame the messenger.

Read a book chapter by Revkin about the problems with climate coverage here. (Posted with permission of the National Association of Science Writers)
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