How to avoid getting into the media debate about climate change
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In this edition of the podcast, we hear from several media figures, including the head of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), and the former head of climate science at the Australian Research Council, who are concerned about the impact of climate change on the media and their coverage of it.
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Topics in which he writes include the Australian Capital Territory, the Australian Financial Review, the Federal Government, politics,government—politics,a-austria,vic,aot,au source ABC (AU), Radio National (AU).
In this edition of the podcast, we hear from several media figures, including the head of the Australian Communications and…
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