Why don't TV meteorologists believe in climate change?

In recent years, the world's scientists have begun to show that climate change is altering the magnitude and frequency of severe weather, and polls say a majority of Americans now link droughts, floods and other extremes to global warming.
May 10, 2012

Even those programs considered top in the nation-such as Penn State and the University of Oklahoma-are only now adding global warming science to their curricula, though they have long taught the fundamentals of how the climate system works.

Bill Brune, an atmospheric chemist and head of Penn State's Department of Meteorology, says that students are exposed to concepts of climate science in two required classes-a survey course on atmospheric sciences and an upper-level undergraduate course called Radiation and Climate.

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