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A media relations mistake and inaccurate reporting about climate change

A media relations mistake and inaccurate reporting about climate change

a commentary by Bob Ward 15 July, 2011

Climate scientists often berate journalists for producing misleading articles about their work, but sometimes the research community should share the blame for inaccurate coverage. For instance, take the media reports … read more »


The Daily Mail owners buy climate change, so why doesn’t the paper?

The Daily Mail owners buy climate change, so why doesn’t the paper?

a commentary by Bob Ward 16 June, 2011

Bob Ward: The Daily Mail and General Trust is reducing emissions while the paper continues to publish the views of climate sceptics the Guardian


Cold comfort for ‘sceptics’ in Antarctic research

Cold comfort for ‘sceptics’ in Antarctic research

a commentary by Bob Ward 29 March, 2011

The front cover of the 19 February 2011 edition of The Spectator magazine trumpeted an article with two headlines ‘The truth about the Antarctic: What global warming activists don’t want you to … read more »


Why the BBC’s ‘impartial’ stance on climate science is irresponsible

Why the BBC’s ‘impartial’ stance on climate science is irresponsible

a commentary by Bob Ward 3 March, 2011

Sceptics too often go unchallenged when they make inaccurate and misleading statements on BBC programmes. The Guardian


Why have UK media ignored climate change announcements?

Why have UK media ignored climate change announcements?

a commentary by Bob Ward 13 January, 2011

Yesterday’s announcement that 2010 tied for the warmest year ever recorded on Earth was ignored by nearly all UK media outlets. How can this be? the Guardian