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A controversial Channel 4 film on global warming broke Ofcom rules, the media regulator says...
...In a long-awaited judgement, Ofcom says Channel 4 did not fulfil obligations to be impartial and to reflect a range of views on controversial issues...
...The film's key contention was that the increase in atmospheric temperatures observed since the 1970s was not primarily caused by emissions of greenhouse gases from burning fossil fuels...
First aired by Channel 4 in March 2007, the documentary has since reportedly been sold to 21 countries and distributed on DVD.
Among discussion groups of "climate sceptics", it is sometimes cited as a counter to Al Gore's documentary An Inconvenient Truth and has been credited with infuencing public opinion on the causes of modern-day climate change.