Earth911 Podcast: Project Censored’s 25 Under-Reported Environmental Stories of 2023

Earth911 Podcast: Project Censored’s 25 Under-Reported Environmental Stories of 2023

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As we enter 2024, closing the books on 2023’s document warmth, financial and geopolitical turmoil, and a raft of local weather change tales within the mainstream press, we’re lucky to have Project Censored’s Andy Lee Roth return to the present to debate the most under-reported environmental stories of the final yr. Andy final visited with us to debate 2022’s under-reported tales. Tune in for a wide-ranging dialog in regards to the hidden environmental tales reported on unbiased information websites like The GuardianHigh Country News, and other news sources tracked by Project Censored.

Andy Lee Roth, affiliate director of the Media Freedom Foundation’s Project Censored, is our visitor on Sustainability In Your Ear.

The mainstream press has responded to rising public concern about local weather change with extra sensible info — they’ve assigned sustainability as a beat and employed columnists to ship action-oriented articles. But on the identical time, they don’t do the enterprise reporting required to uncover vital environmental abuses by corporations and governments. We’re getting extra consideration to the local weather disaster however not sufficient digging into its persevering with sources, from deceptive analysis funded by non-public corporations to the shortage of oversight of latest merchandise and chemical compounds, like per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances. 

The information is what we make it, and on this period of transactional politics, too usually, it’s what we’re prepared to pay for. Now greater than ever, an unbiased press is critical. You can be taught extra about Project Censored’s 2023 under-reported environmental tales at