A 2017 National Survey of Broadcast Meteorologists

Resource Author: Keith Seitter

The fifth national survey of broadcast meteorologists from George Mason University finds that large numbers of weathercasters informed their viewers about the local impacts of climate change. WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE A LOOK: The survey explores broadcast meteorologists’ views and activities related to reporting on climate change, as well as engagement with viewership, social media...
A study on the influence of weathercasters on public understanding of local climate impacts and extreme weather conditions.  
This article promotes the understanding of local impacts of climate variability, extreme weather conditions, and climate change.
Findings from a survey of more than 4,000 members of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) conducted by George Mason University to look at their views on climate change. 
This survey of American TV weathercasters delves into the views of these influential local representatives on perceptions of climate change and local impacts.