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Liberal media made slew of dubious claims about climate change, year-end report finds

The Associated Press took $8 million in donations to fund climate coverage in 2022, with the news cooperative and several other major media publications engaged in dubious claims about climate change, according to a new exclusive year-end report.

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The “Climate Fact Check 2022” report, presented by the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), the Heartland Institute, Energy & Environmental Legal Institute, Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), and the International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC), stated that “climate alarmists” and members of the media engaged in claims about the relationship between manmade emissions and natural disasters which clashed with “reality and science.”

In February, The Associated Press admitted that they would assign over 24 journalists across the globe to cover “climate issues,” after receiving more than $8 million over three years from various organizations.

In this Aug. 25, 2021, file photo the French Fire burns hillsides along Highway 155 in Sequoia National Forest, Calif. In a season of daunting wildfires and flooding, the Biden administration is taking an initial step to assess how climate change could harm financial markets. Noah Berger/AP

In this Aug. 25, 2021, file photo the French Fire burns hillsides along Highway 155 in Sequoia National Forest, Calif. In a season of daunting wildfires and flooding, the Biden administration is taking an initial step to assess how climate change could harm financial markets. Noah Berger/AP

The organizations contributing to the “philanthropy-funded news” via a “climate grant” are the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Quadrivium, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Walton Family Foundation.

AP News Vice President Brian Carovillano only accepts money “without strings attached,” and asserted funders have no influence on the stories conducted.

Similarly, in March 2021, high-ranking State Department officials discussed a proposal to sponsor foreign journalists to “have experiences that educate them on reporting on climate change,” according to the emails obtained by Protect the Public’s Trust (PPT) and shared with Fox News Digital.

Steve Milloy, a senior legal fellow at the Energy & Environment Legal institute told Fox News Digital that the Associate Press has essentially become a “propaganda outfit” for liberal organizations with climate agendas.

“It’s hard to claim it’s news when you’re being paid to report only one side of the climate discourse,” he said.


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The report pointed to a recent article from The Associated Press, by reporter Seth Borenstein, called “New abnormal: Climate disaster damage ‘down’ to $268 billion, as proof of bias.

The article attributed flooding in Pakistan, Hurricane Ian, droughts in Europe, China, and Africa, as well as deadly heat waves across the world to climate change.

“Weather disasters, many but not all of them turbocharged by human-caused climate change, are happening so frequently that this year’s onslaught, which 20 years ago would have smash records by far, now in some financial measures seems a bit of a break from recent years,” Borenstein wrote.

The Climate Fact Check report questioned whether climate activists and “media mouthpieces” could legitimately attribute disaster damages to climate change, or if they were merely trying to “surf human tragedy” to advance a political agenda.

The report also highlighted several other climate claims from major media corporations, providing fact-checks for articles written by The Washington Post, The New York Times, and more.
In August, Times reporter Derrick Bryson Taylor claimed that Britain’s brief heatwaves this summer were worsened by climate change. A fact-check from the report noted that heat waves have dramatically declined in duration and frequency in the U.S. over the past 90 years, according to the National Climate Assessment.


Furthermore, the report claimed it was “unlikely” that emissions are increasing heat waves in Britain, since hotter temperatures in the UK were offset by cooling elsewhere. Additionally, meteorologist Cliff Mass stated that while heat waves may bring temperatures 30 to 40 degrees above the norm, global warming is only in the noise level of 1 to 2 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Washington Post in November published a piece by Barry Svrluga with the headline “In this World Cup ski season, climate change is winning.”

The piece claimed that climate change had led to shorter winters and made it so cold that only one of eight races were able to be held as of mid-November. A fact-check of the claim found that when the World Cup skiing started in the 1960s, the season began in January. However, now it begins in October.

“If the competition began in the winter everything would likely be okay because wintertime snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere has been increasing since the 1960s, the report claimed.

Milloy said that such claims have long been a part of the 30 years of “climate hysteria” cultivated by liberal media networks, and have little to show for their dire predictions.

“Instead of moving on to something else they’re doubling down on this, and they’re making themselves look worse at the same time,” he added.


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