February 28, 2013

Even Articles About the Weather Are Biased

Keith Kloor, Collide-a-Scape


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Here’s a trick question: Is climate journalism slanted? Before you answer, let’s look at a series of tweets by atmospheric science researcher Ryan Maue, who clearly has an opinion on this.

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TAGGED: Science Journalism, Climate Change, Weather, Media Bias

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