At least these BBC reporters don’t bother to disguise the fact that they are hardcore propagandists for climate alarmism, at licence payer expense of course.
Originally posted on NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT:
By Paul Homewood
h/t Ron Hughes
While we’re on the topic of BBC deception, take a look at this image of a coal power station from last year.
Bear in mind, that in 2009 the BBC Trust noted that this guidance had already been issued by BBC News on how to deal with images of cooling towers.
The McGrath article appears to break just about every bit of the guidance:
1) The caption talks about “coal-fired plants like this”, without explaining that the cooling towers have nothing to do with CO2, and would look similar on, say, a nuclear plant.
2) It is hard to see how the cooling towers could be given more prominence.
3) The photo is used in the headline.
As for the grossly deceptive impression that black smoke is being given off, this is in clear breach of the BBC Guidelines, which state:
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