How the Today Programme slipped up over sea level risks

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How the Today Programme slipped up over sea level risks

Roger Harrabin asks why the media struggles to connect the dots between stories on climate science, real world climate impacts, and their implications for their society

Much merriment on Radio 4's Today Programme this morning as Nick and Amol revelled in the sound of air that had been trapped for up to 800,000 thousands of years in a vast slab of Antarctic ice. Dr...

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