Hark, The Herald (And Lots of Other Papers) Finally Sing About The Climate

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Big wake-up to global warming

To illustrate, the Philadelphia Inquirer tracked the number of times the term “global warming” was mentioned in their paper over the years. In 2007 “global warming” was mentioned over 400 times, more than double any previous year.

An attitude shift as inexorable as global warming itself this year brought world groups together to debate risks.

“This was the year that global warming hit the mass radar screen, driven by a drumbeat of catastrophic predictions from top scientists, a jaw-dropping acceleration in polar ice melt…”

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