The UK, Australia, and US generally have the highest climate denial rates in the world. The big thing they have in common (aside from language) is a major Murdoch media presence

The UK, Australia, and US generally have the highest climate denial rates in the world. The big thing they have in common (aside from language) is a major Murdoch media presence submitted by /u/YuriRedFox6969 to r/solarpunk [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Thank you to u/Danceswithtacos_ and u/WEEBERMAN for joining me! I also brought a few friends along and we also met a person there who has been doing this since 2012! by u/kitsbe

Thank you to u/Danceswithtacos_ and u/WEEBERMAN for joining me! I also brought a few friends along and we also met a person there who has been doing this since 2012! by u/kitsbe submitted by /u/PlantyHamchuk to r/solarpunk [link] [comments] top scoring links : multi

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Could there be a real, collective backlash against social media in youth culture (particularlyamong creative people)?

Could there be a real, collective backlash against social media in youth culture (particularlyamong creative people)? I realize this is more anti-corporate than specifically green but I thought you guys might sympathize. Instagram is owned by Facebook and both are selling your attention and sense of agency for profit and to shady ass analytic conglomerates. To me there seems nothing more punk rock (assuming punk rock still appeals to young people) than totally going off the Zuckerberg grid and establishing a more DIY way to promote yourself. As a photographer,…

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