Cats trump climate change for Britain's storytellers, report shows

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Over a year's worth of broadcasting, the phrase clean energy' only showed up 136 times
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Over a year's worth of broadcasting, the phrase clean energy' only showed up 136 times

Britain's entertainment industry spends more time focused on picnics, gravy and cats than climate change

For Britain's entertainment industry, the existential threat climate change poses matters - but not as much as cats, picnics, gravy, and cake. This is the conclusion of a new report released this week analysing...

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