Climate change denial: how it works

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Have you ever heard a climate change denier speak and think, “How the heck can this person not see the reality of climate change?” – then this chart might help shed some light on how exactly the culture of climate change denial works.

Climate Change Denial Chart

via Treehugger

Who’s responsible for the climate change denial?

Based on the chart, there are a lot of parties to point the finger at for the ignorance surrounding climate change and important environmental issues. Between the fossil fuel industry, certain institutions from Corporate America and Conservative foundations and Think Tanks, as well as Front Groups pretending to be legitimate environmental organizations, there are a lot of places for the false facts to originate from.

But the biggest impact of climate change denial inarguably comes from the “Echo Chamber”, including the media, politicians, and blogs.

What do you think about the climate change denial chart? Let us know on Twitter with the hashtag #ClimateChangeDenial

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