It might just be an emergent phenomena where things that enrage everybody get most clicks, but I'd be interested to see if numbers supported that theory.
Since this is the Financial Times I'd also wonder whether you could demonstrate that their readers have lost money because the coverage of climate change is so divorced from reality, as it's not only one of the biggest catastrophes facing humankind but providing solutions to it is also one of the biggest business opportunities.
edit: I'm actually struggling to find anything troubling they've published in the last couple of years, so they may have already made the switch to accepting reality.
Similarly Sky News seems to have done a 180 degree switch in roughly the same time frame.
One can find pictures by climate change skeptics showing old and recent photos of various piers that show no change. These are dismissed as poor evidence of the lack of change, but photos showing piers under water are elusive.
Also, this seems to be climate alarmists favorite headline: - New England shows it is warming faster than the rest of the world in new study  - Africa Warming More, Faster Than Other World Regions  - Climate: Europe warming faster than rest of world (IPCC)  - NOAA: Minnesota warming faster than other states  - Mexico is warming faster than the rest of the planet, they say  - New research shows the South Pole is warming faster than the rest of the world  Etc..
 https://www.masslive.com/news/2021/12/new-england-shows-it-i...  https://www.voanews.com/a/africa-warming-more-faster-than-ot...  https://unric.org/en/climate-europe-warming-faster-than-rest...  https://www.kare11.com/article/weather/mn-warming-faster-tha...  https://www.sandiegored.com/en/news/200115/Mexico-is-warming...  https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL2006/S00218/new-research-s...
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