Each of us can make a difference if we step up and try our best / Becoming Planet Citizens

File:SouthFloridaSLR 2s-.gif

From Green Policy
Jump to: navigation, search
SouthFloridaSLR_2s-.gif(800 × 471 pixels, file size: 349 KB, MIME type: image/gif, looped, 3 frames, 5.3 s)



14 Jul 2016

At Ground Zero for Rising Seas, TV Weatherman Talks Climate

by Diane Toomey / Contributor to Yale Environment 360

John Morales is part of a new breed of television weather forecasters seeking to educate viewers on climate change and the threat it poses. In South Florida, where sea level rise is already causing periodic flooding, he has a receptive audience.

When it comes to informing the public about global warming, few people have as much influence as the hundreds of local weather forecasters at television stations across the United States. That prime perch has not been lost on non-profit groups like Climate Central, which works with TV meteorologists to broadcast the message of climate change.

One of those leading the way on this is John Morales, chief meteorologist of the NBC affiliate in Miami. Morales — who has worked in Miami for 25 years — uses his broadcasts and Twitter feed to tie weather trends in South Florida to the broader influences of climate change.

Read More:



3-15-2016 12-29-07 PM.png

File history

Click on a date/time to view the file as it appeared at that time.

current12:38, 16 July 2016Thumbnail for version as of 12:38, 16 July 2016800 × 471 (349 KB)Siterunner (Talk | contribs)

The following 3 pages link to this file:


Personal tools

Log in / Create Account
About Our Network
Daily Green Stories
GreenPolicy360 Updates
Green Graphics
GreenPolicy Social Media
Going Green
New Visions of Security
Strategic Demands
Countries & Maps
GreenPolicy Reviews
Online Legis Info (U.S.)
Wiki Ballotpedia (U.S.)
Wiki Politics (U.S.)
Wikimedia Platform
Green News/Dailies
Green News Services (En)
Green Zines (En)
Green Lists @Wikipedia
Climate Action Headlines
Climate Litigation Databases
Climate Agreement / INDCs
Climate Misinformation
Wikipedia on Climate
GrnNews Reddit Daily
Fact-Checking News Sites
GreenPolicy360 & Science
Identify Nature's Creatures
Climate Change - NASA