Global Burning

Climate change and wildfires have been receiving increasing coverage in the national media. Yet media stories rarely mention the causes of climate change or why we need to eliminate—not just reduce—emissions.

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This 2023 report provides a high-level review of 12,000 media stories in the Canadian National media and discusses reporting trends and proposed solutions within national media conversations concerning climate change and wildfires.
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