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'Times' Series Links Ocean Health, Global Warming

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'Times' Series Links Ocean Health, Global Warming

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'Times' Series Links Ocean Health, Global Warming

'Times' Series Links Ocean Health, Global Warming

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The Los Angeles Times is running a series this week on the impact of global warming on marine life. One key aspect of the series is that global warming is not presented as a theory, but as a scientific fact contributing to the problems facing the world's oceans.

Times reporter Kenneth Weiss talks to Madeleine Brand about whether this marks a trend in media coverage of global warming.

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