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Its from Oregon Public Broadcasting
The single most important reason people watch local TV news is to see the weather forecast. But when the subject of climate change comes up, most of us will experience it as weather. This program examines what the public is hearing from TV meteorologists and state climatologists in the Northwest and across the nation, and how these frontline players are reacting to the latest conclusions about climate change.
Oregon Public Broadcasting
'Forecast Cloudy' Look at Skeptics
A full-length Oregon Public Broadcasting TV documentary, available online, provides an in-depth look at broadcast meteorologists and weathercasters as "skeptics" on the fact and/or causes of climate change over the past several decades.
(56:30 complete version of Forecast Cloudy)
The show in segments:
Part One: The Weather Skeptics (13:53)
Part Two: The Governor versus the State Climatologist 7:15
Part Three: Science & Politics (18:20)
Part Four: The Business of TV News (17:13)
Robinson reacts to allegations
that his Oregon Petition contained lots of fake names, and that he designed his climate change study to look like it came from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
2) Robinson on being attacked and ridiculed
for his skepticism about human-caused climate change.
3) Robinson talks about having been the protege
of two-time Nobel Prize winning Oregon scientist, Linus Pauling, and whether the stand of conscience he took that ruptured their collaboration later influenced his decision to launch the Oregon Petition.
1) National Climactic Data Center Director Thomas Karl tells how he converted
from being a climate skeptic to a non-skeptic.
2) Karl on how policymakers deal with 'adapting'
to climate change, with no certainty about the future.
3) Karl talks about the difference between meteorologist and climatologists.
This FAQ was last updated on:
Monday, December 15th 2008, 10:05 AM EST