support of work to inform, encourage, and support climate education and outreach on the part of broadcast meteorologists working in Maryland media markets, and also work to engage students, parents, teachers and the general public in climate education experiences.
To convene Weather-Climate Day, a state-wide education program focused on engaging students, teachers, and informal science educators across Maryland with the topic of climate change through the lens of weather.
For the “Climate Matters: Public Engagement through the Local Forecast” project. This project seeks to increase public support for climate action in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Climate Central will recruit and equip a cadre of broadcast meteorologists to incorporate climate change education and information into their work, develop original climate content, and conduct analyses of TV-ready graphic formats and its distribution to this network of partner meteorologists.