How the BBC is crushing the climate debate-Ben Pile

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By Paul Homewood

I reported on a BBC article last week about “Climate Denial”

Ben Pile has now weighed in:

BBC News carried two articles last week denigrating and demonizing the critics of climate-change alarmism.

The first was by Marianna Spring, the BBC’s ‘specialist disinformation reporter’. She asserted that criticism of environmentalism was being fueled by right-wing conspiracy theorists who had switched ‘from Covid denial to climate denial’. And the second came from reporters Rachel Schraer and Kayleen Devlin, who are both part of the BBC’s ‘Reality Check’ team of fact-checkers. They claimed to have exposed ‘the truth behind the new climate-change denial’. Both articles are travesties of journalism.

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND – NOVEMBER 13: COP26 President Alok Sharma (C) speaks during an informal plenary stocktake on day 14 of COP26 at SECC on November 13, 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. On day fourteen of the 2021 COP26 climate summit in Glasgow the focus is on delegations’ negotiations to agree the final text for the COP26 Agreement. This is the 26th “Conference of the Parties” and represents a gathering of all the countries signed on to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Climate Agreement. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

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November 24, 2021