Public Citizen reported that in 2018, less than 10% of articles in top-50 U.S.

Public Citizen reported that in 2018, less than 10% of articles in top-50 U.S. newspapers used the terms “crisis” or “emergency”.[19] In 2019, a “Call it a Climate Crisis” campaign urging major media organizations to adopt the term, stated that in 2018, only 3.5% of national television news segments referred to climate change as a crisis or emergency,[20] (50 of 1400),[19] though Public Citizen reported triple that number of mentions, 150, in just the first four months of 2019.[19

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