‘Climate Emergency’ Activism Now Official Party Line At Telemundo


JOSE DIAZ BALART, ANCHOR, TELEMUNDO: Today is World Environment Day, a date that is increasingly more necessary, and that here at Telemundo we want to commemorate with an important announcement. From now on, we will no longer talk about climate change when referring to the crisis affecting our planet. We will talk about climate emergency, just like other large media outlets are doing, such as the British newspaper, The Guardian, or the EFE news agency in Spain. It’s basically about you, the citizens, perceiving the severity and the dimension of what we are doing to our own planet. Vanessa Hauc has more.

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