Global warming is a topic that CNN is providing a lot more coverage than Fox. In the last 30 days, CNN has had 11 articles to Fox's four. Here is a list of the articles:
Uncertain world (02.11.2005) When bears wake early from hibernation,
NASA: 2005 could be warmest year recorded (02.11.2005) A weak El Nino and human-made greenhouse gases could make 2005 the warmest year since records started being kept in the late 1800s, NASA scientists said this week.
Amazon forest breathing uneasily (02.07.2005) As the light plane banked left, the smell of smoke reached the cockpit. The landscape below was an ashen green, the sun above an orange glow behind sooty billows of gray.
Glaciers shrinking in a warming world (02.07.2005) Up and down the icy spine of South America, the glaciers are melting, the white mantle of the
Antarctica's shifting ice (02.07.2005) Scientists looking southward from the tip of South America, over steel-gray waters toward icy
UK urges U.S. action on climate (02.01.2005) Britain appealed to the United States on Tuesday to sign up to climate-saving cuts in greenhouse gas emissions as environmentalists warned of approaching Armageddon.
Scientists predict rising global temperature range (01.31.2005) Greenhouse gas emissions could cause global temperatures to rise by up to 11 degrees Celsius (20 degrees Fahrenheit), according to first results from the world's largest climate modeling experiment.
No end seen for Eritrea drought (01.27.2005) Four men in T-shirts and fatigue trousers work on Ghebremeskel Manahabt's farm under the hot afternoon sun, ripping dried corn stalks from rocky soil that has produced less and less cereal over the past four years under a prolonged drought.
Blair: U.S. must court allies (01.27.2005) The United States must work more closely with other countries on their priorities, such as global warming, if it wants the rest of the world to support its agenda, British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said.
Report: Global warming approaching critical point (01.24.2005) Global warming is approaching the critical point of no return, after which widespread drought, crop failure and rising sea-levels would be irreversible, an international climate change task force warned Monday.
Study: Volcanic warming may have caused extinction (01.20.2005) An ancient version of global warming may have been to blame for the greatest mass extinction in Earth's history.
Group: Global Warming Could Kill Off Polar Bears - Monday, January 31, 2005 - GENEVA — Some arctic animals, including polar bears and species of seal, face the possibility of extinction in just decades because of...
Glaciers Shrinking in a Warming World - Sunday, January 30, 2005 - CHACALTAYA GLACIER, Bolivia — Up and down the icy spine of South America, the glaciers are melting, the white mantle of the Andes...
Study: Global Warming Will Soon Be Irreversible - Tuesday, January 25, 2005 -
Global Warming May Have Caused 'Great Dying' - Thursday, January 20, 2005 -
Side Note: The BBC had 20 articles during this same period.