“It is very difficult for us to report on climate change issues,” says John Toohey Morales, chief meteorologist at WSCV, an NBC Telemundo station in Miami. “We ask, but the news directors are not inclined to do it, or they put it in on a weekend news report with the lowest ratings.” Political reporters present global warming as a debatable issue, says Toohey Morales, who is also American Meteorological Society commissioner for professional affairs. “It’s tough for meteorologists to compete against the misinformation campaign.”Last year, MJ McDermott, chief meteorologist for KCPQ 13, a Fox affiliate in Seattle, pitched her news director a story about global warming in the Northwest, an idea triggered by a “wonderful class” she had taken at the University of Washington’s Climate Impacts Group, a program that helps translate local climate information for the public.
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