Weather presenters emerge as climate advocates

02/19/2013 | National Public Radio

Many TV weathercasters are wary of speaking out on climate issues, but a vocal minority of presenters are incorporating climate education into regular broadcasts. That helps raise awareness of climate issues and gives other meteorologists cover to speak out, they say. "Other meteorologists actually e-mailed me and said, 'Thanks for giving voice to something I've been thinking but was too afraid to say publicly,' " says Minnesota weatherman Paul Douglas.

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