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Popular climate change documentaries often privilege wealthier countries and offer unbalanced coverage

By Reuben Rose-Redwood, Associate Dean Academic in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Professor of Geography, University of Victoria
Paige Bennett, Affiliated Member, Critical Geographies Research Collaboratory, University of Victoria
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Many popular climate change documentaries rely on white male narrators and experts, reinforce social stereotypes and provide unbalanced coverage of the regions most affected.

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