22 min

A 3-Decade Review of How Tropical Storms Have Evolved as a Result of Climate Change - John Morales, NBC Miami Climate Correction Podcast

    • Earth Sciences

For years, experts have been predicting how the greenhouse effect would adversely impact our environment. In the 2010s, we really started to see those predictions become reality.
Meteorologist, John Morales, has been serving as a television presence for nearly 3 decades. He’s seen first-hand how tropical storm weather patterns have changed over time as a result of climate change, and shares that knowledge with us. While we aren’t seeing a higher number of tropical storms each year, we are seeing a greater percentage of these storms reaching catastrophic proportions.
But, there is something we can do about it. John shares important guidance about what we can do in our own homes and communities to lessen the impact of global warming.
NBC Miami: John Morales
Follow John on Twitter
CLEO Institute
VoLo Foundation

For years, experts have been predicting how the greenhouse effect would adversely impact our environment. In the 2010s, we really started to see those predictions become reality.
Meteorologist, John Morales, has been serving as a television presence for nearly 3 decades. He’s seen first-hand how tropical storm weather patterns have changed over time as a result of climate change, and shares that knowledge with us. While we aren’t seeing a higher number of tropical storms each year, we are seeing a greater percentage of these storms reaching catastrophic proportions.
But, there is something we can do about it. John shares important guidance about what we can do in our own homes and communities to lessen the impact of global warming.
NBC Miami: John Morales
Follow John on Twitter
CLEO Institute
VoLo Foundation

22 min