O'Fishel Quest: In search of the science behind climate change
While most scientists believe climate change is happening and that human activity is largely the cause, the public is more divided.
From Raleigh to Barrow and back again, photojournalist Richard Adkins and I have traveled the continent looking for answers on climate change. We've spoken to leading climate scientists as well as local communication and religion experts to understand the science of climate change, what changes we can already see affecting our state and why such a divide exists between scientists and the general public.
Watch the full documentary, "Exploring Climate Change," in the video player below and our full interviews with climate scientists to see what we learned. Join the conversation using the hashtag #OFishelQuest on Twitter or Facebook and follow along below.
Exploring Climate Change
WEB EXTRA: Interview with Kerry Emanuel
WEB EXTRA: Interview with John Christy
WEB EXTRA: Interview with Pieter Tans
WEB EXTRA: Interview with Kevin Trenberth
WEB EXTRA: Interview with Robert Henson
Hurricanes and North Carolina: A Stormy Future
Data is powerful tool in discussion of climate change
Robert Henson on climate change
O'Fishel quest: The journey to Alaska
'Geek out' on the weather
Braving airport crowds in Barrow, Alaska
Getting dressed with Greg: Fishel layers clothes to keep warm in Alaska
Published: 2015-03-24 13:13:00
Updated: 2015-05-21 12:28:06
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