Mainstream American news networks don't care about climate change. When they're not ignoring humanity's greatest crisis, they're inviting pundits onto their programs to spread climate misinformation.
But here comes a Qatari government-owned broadcaster to the rescue. Al Jazeera America launched in August 2013 after purchasing Al Gore's Current TV, and now it has a team of 800 employees with headquarters in New York. Right away it dove into climate coverage, and six months later it's still going strong on the environmental beat.
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media reports: