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Climate disinformation leaves lasting mark as world heats

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In 1998, fossil fuel companies plotted an aggressive strategy to undermine the Kyoto Protocol on climate change. Nearly 25 years later, the reality of a changing climate is now clear to most Americans. But a sizeable number of Americans have become even more distrustful of the scientific consensus.
19 days ago·Washington, United States

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The Independent

Climate disinformation leaves lasting mark as world heats

Wildfires, floods and soaring temperatures have made climate change real to many Americans

19 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Associated Press News

Climate disinformation leaves lasting mark as world heats

In 1998, as nations around the world agreed to cut carbon emissions through the Kyoto Protocol, America's fossil fuel companies plotted their response, including an aggressive strategy to inject doubt into the public debate.

19 days ago·United States
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The Washington Post

Climate disinformation leaves lasting mark as world heats

Wildfires, floods and soaring temperatures have made climate change real to many Americans

19 days ago·Washington, United States
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Stuff

Climate change disinformation leaves lasting mark as world heats

In 1998, as nations around the world agreed to cut carbon emissions through the Kyoto Protocol, America's fossil fuel companies plotted their response.

19 days ago·New Zealand
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Channel News Asia

Climate disinformation leaves lasting mark as world heats

In 1998, as nations around the world agreed to cut carbon emissions through the Kyoto Protocol, America's fossil fuel companies plotted their response, including an aggressive strategy to inject doubt into the public debate. “Victory,” according to the American Petroleum Institute's memo, “will be ac

19 days ago·Singapore
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KIFI

Climate disinformation leaves lasting mark as world heats - Local News 8

By DAVID KLEPPER Associated PressWildfires, floods and soaring temperatures have made climate change real to many Americans. Yet a sizeable number continue to dismiss the scientific consensus that human activity is to blame. That’s in part because of a decades-long campaign by fossil fuel companies to muddy the facts and promote fringe explanations. Now, even as those same companies embrace renewable energy, the legacy of that climate disinforma…

19 days ago
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Bias Distribution

52% of the sources are Center
The Independent
Associated Press News
The Washington Post
Stuff
The Toronto Star
Star Advertiser
+7
Channel News Asia
KIFI
Winnipeg Free Press
WHDH
PBS NewsHour
The Seattle Times
+9
India Today
L 41%
C 55%
 
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