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Media coverage of climate change during COVID-19

In the years leading up to the pandemic, the coverage of climate change in the media increased year on year — accompanied by a rise in widespread public protests and climate action. Then, like many other aspects of our lives over the past year, media coverage of climate change was put on hold, overshadowed by the attention afforded to the pandemic. With the new year upon us, efforts are needed to put climate change back on the agenda and in the spotlight in media outlets worldwide.




reflections of an interdisciplinary research lab studying agriculture, food security and the environment at the University of British Columbia.

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Zia Mehrabi

Zia Mehrabi

Research Associate, University of British Columbia

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