We’re all familiar with the concept of Fox’s climate change coverage: Its obsession with the idea of human-caused climate change and its dismissal of any scientific consensus on the issue.
That was one of the main arguments that led the cable news network to fire longtime host Bill O’Reilly in June.
The network has since apologized for O’Riley’s firing, and now it’s looking to improve its climate coverage.
But there’s still one problem.
The article on Fox News climate change, which was first reported by the Verge, isn’t as accurate as it could be.
The Verge said it found a number of inaccuracies in the article, including the claim that scientists are “shy” about admitting climate change.
Fox News also said the article was written in a “non-partisan” fashion.
But the article is written by two scientists who both agree that the climate is changing.
“There are many scientists who agree that human-driven warming is real, and that it has a significant and troubling impact on the environment,” the authors write.
“However, it is very difficult to come to a consensus about what the future might look like.”
It’s worth noting that, while it’s unclear how the Fox News article would have been written differently, it would still have been inaccurate in the first place.
According to a study from the American Geophysical Union, about 90 percent of scientists surveyed in 2014 said they were uncertain about the extent to which human activity was causing climate change because of the lack of agreement among them.
The study also found that the majority of climate scientists surveyed believed there is a link between carbon dioxide emissions and global warming.
In addition to Fox News, the Verge cited a number other sources of inaccurate climate information, including a Fox News video titled “Fox News climate denial: The truth behind the headlines” that claimed that “a lot of climate science” is “scientific fraud.”
That video is now being removed from Fox News’ website, but Fox News has also removed two other videos that claimed climate change is not a problem, including one from a 2016 Fox News segment that claimed a major study showed the impact of carbon dioxide pollution on global temperatures.