Inaccurate Climate Science Reporting

There is a news article today (April 19, 2006) by Reuters. It is entitled “Global warming hits Canada’s remotest Arctic lands”.

It provides an example of the systemic problem in many climate media reports to inaccurately report on climate science. The article includes the text,

“The eternal night which blankets the region for three months is less dark, thanks to warmer air reflecting more sunlight from the south.â€?

I have read many environmental effects begin blamed on “global warming”, but no reputable climate scientist would accept this statement as having any scientific merit. We very much need media reports that are soundly based on science; the Reuters news article clearly is not.

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