Climate Change in the Canadian Media

The national media has a major influence on policy-makers and influencers and plays a big role driving public debate.

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Climate change is a significant topic in the national media conversation and there is very little questioning of climate science or the need for large emissions cuts.
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Dive on in to read through our recommendations and the full set of findings along with expert commentary by Professor Sean Holman from Mount Royal University.
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Read more about our findings in our blog post.

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