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News coverage of climate entering “trance”?

If it’s really true that media coverage of climate change has plateaued — or is declining — who or what is to blame for this “trance?” Speculation suggests the culprits may include the global economic meltdown, falling oil prices, and disaster fatigue. Whether the reduced coverage is actual or perceived, governments may interpret it as reduced public pressure to devise and implement strong environmental policies.

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