Sharon Resident Commends WCVB Meteorologist for Communicating Climate Change
Harvey Leonard recently appeared in a segment to explain the findings of global warming studies and other data on climate change.
Sharon resident Paul Lauenstein was among a handful of WCVB viewers to visit the network's Senior Meteorologist Harvey Leonard this week.
Lauenstein, along with Lexington resident Nancy Nolan, delivered a card to Leonard, celebrating his climate change communications.
Leonard appeared in a segment in early February to explain the connection between global warming and severe weather patterns, and to discuss how global warming is driving more drought, more heavy precipitation and stronger storms.
More than 570 viewers co-signed the thank you card that Nolan and Lauenstein delievered on Tuesday, March 12. The two residents are members of Forecast the Facts, an organization that aims to ensure Americans receive accurate information about climate change.