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Survey of environmental journalists reveals good and bad news about local climate reporting
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Survey of environmental journalists reveals good and bad news about local climate reporting

A new survey of environmental journalists finds strong interest in reporting on the local impacts of climate change, but a number of factors are making it difficult for rep
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