Tag Archives: 2016

Public Health, Energy & Climate Change: A Maryland Statewide Survey, Fall 2016

Many Marylanders already currently deal with chronic health issues and prolonged periods of stress. Millennials report being under the most stress of any generation. Thirty-six percent of Millennials say they have experienced more than one period of prolonged stress and 20 percent were under constant stress over the last year. Climate change presents additional health…
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TV Meteorologists as Local Climate Change Educators

Five years ago – in partnership with Climate Central and WLTX (Columbia, SC) – we tested the premise that if TV weathercasters educate their viewers about the local relevance of global climate change, it will make a difference. Indeed it did: viewers learned; they appreciated the information; and ratings grew. Today, we are pleased to announce…
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