Environment

Reuters.com Article Worries 'U.S., European Media' 'Worlds Apart' on Climate Change

Writer laments American media's 'balanced reporting,' despite their huge bias towards climate alarmism.

Yet Another 'Fracking' Story on the Front Page: NYT Again Hits 'Reckless' Natural Gas Extraction

No love from the Times for Gov. Cuomo on this issue, anyway: "The Cuomo administration is seeking to lift what has effectively been a moratorium in New York State on hydraulic fracturing, a ...

Another Season of Anti-Whaling Propaganda on Animal Planet

'Whale Wars' glorifies aggressive tactics of radical environmentalist Paul Watson, Sea Shepherds.

Times' Attack on Natural Gas Industry Just Smoke and Hot Air, Industry Analysts Say

Christopher Helman at Forbes found Urbina's accusations of low reserves, false claims, and too-high extraction costs absurd on its face. The United States is currently producing more natural gas ...

Obama Backs EPA War on Coal, While Networks Ignore Harm to Industry

Major utility announces proposal to retire power plants, layoff workers and spend billions to comply with 'pending' regulations.

Sidebar to Special Report: Science Fiction

Live Earth: NBC Joins Fight for 'Climate in Crisis,' Fails to Stay Objective

Networks Treated Good Friday, Earth Day as Equals

ABC, CBS and NBC split coverage of eco-celebration and Christian holy day.

Finally: Bloomberg BusinessWeek Adds Balance to Media Coverage of Chevron/Ecuador Dispute

Magazine's 'Jungle Justice' story gives extensive treatment of both sides of protracted legal battle.

Times Quotes Biologist Likening Cats to Kudzu

In a story about hazards to birds, the Times quotes a biologist who won't make many friends among cat-lovers: "They are like gypsy moths and kudzu - they cause major ecological disruption."

No Nukes: How Three Mile Island was Disaster for Media Credibility

More than 30 years later, nuclear accident shows how media hype can make a bad situation far worse.
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