'This is not playing games': BBC plans year of climate coverage

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The BBC's new campaign, Our Planet Matters, promises to beef up the corporation's coverage of the clkimate crisis

Digital, TV, and radio outlets will all run programmes dedicated to examining the climate crisis

The BBC is dedicating a year-long series of programmes to explaining and exploring the climate crisis, the broadcaster announced this morning, encompassing news, documentaries, debates, and a monthly Climate...

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