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Dan Diamond
One week after terrifying report on climate change, the landmark report has essentially disappeared from the news.
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Dan Diamond 14 Oct 18
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At the Newseum’s wall of newspapers from all 50 states today, just one newspaper — the one based in Honolulu, Hawaii — even mentioned the words “climate change” on the front page.
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Dan Diamond 14 Oct 18
Replying to @ddiamond
Meanwhile, multiple papers today led with stories that have clear climate links (or implications) — even though none of these stories actually mentioned climate change.
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Dan Diamond 14 Oct 18
Replying to @ddiamond
The Sunday shows were a mixed bag. ABC’s This Week directly addressed the report. CNN’s State of the Union and CBS’ Face the Nation had climate questions too. But Fox News Sunday ignored it, and the closest NBC’s Meet the Press got was a question about hurricanes and politics.
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Dan Diamond 15 Oct 18
Replying to @ddiamond
What’s the saying? Twice is a coincidence; three times is a trend; four times is a public health problem linked to climate change?
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Nick Harkaway 14 Oct 18
Replying to @ddiamond @xeni
Evidence, if we needed it, that the news isn’t doing what it needs to.
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Zoe Keating 14 Oct 18
Replying to @ddiamond @xeni
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Alex Jay Brady 14 Oct 18
Replying to @ddiamond @maggieNYT
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Deb 14 Oct 18
Replying to @ddiamond @maggieNYT
Plenty of air time for a certain visit to the WH though...
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Peter Kwong 14 Oct 18
Replying to @ddiamond
One week? Try "Never Made A Ripple" on my social media feeds.
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O'Gill 14 Oct 18
I think because most of us are ready for the end of days.
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