November 17th, 2013
01:04 PM ET

Media’s global warming fail

Philippe Cousteau and Andrew Revkin join Frank Sesno to discuss the media’s lack of interest in covering global climate change.

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  6. Clay1g

    It's nice to see the diversity of opinion on this panel. All three guys basically taking the liberal view about climate change. At least no one called the skeptics "deniers."

    November 17, 2013 at 7:58 pm | Reply
    • EdSilha

      The "skeptics astro turf organizations", funded by the fossil fuel industry, have adopted the strategy used by the tobacco companies to spread doubt about the science (i.e., tobacco – cancer link then, CO2 – climate change link now). Most skeptics are deniers, deliberately denying the science that conflicts with their ideological beliefs.

      December 5, 2013 at 11:44 am | Reply

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