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Knight Center's Detjen says coverage of Bush's environmental record has been fair

As coverage of environmental issues becomes more prevalent in traditional and nontraditional media, climate change skeptics are taking aim at journalists for what they call unbalanced coverage. During today's OnPoint Jim Detjen, professor and director of the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University, addresses the state of environmental journalism. He discusses how new media is affecting the coverage of environmental issues. He also talks about how coverage of environmental issues varies around the world.