Speaking of hurricanes

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Date
2019-09-27
Main contributors
Marizán, Paola; Shanahan, Jim; Eosco, Gina; Berardelli, Jeff
Summary
With rising and warming ocean waters, hurricanes are on track to intensify. This change means greater risk for people in the path and greater need for effective long- and short-term risk communication. But the story of the hurricane doesn't stop with the radar, or the rescues, or la renuncia, or the rebuild. To understand the chatter around hurricane season, the team talks this week with a meteorologist, a risk communications specialist and a podcast host whose family lived through Hurricane Maria. 2:45 - Update on "Huracán Maria changed my family's life" with Paola Marizán from ¿Qué Pasa, Midwest? 16:45 - interview between Jim Shanahan and Gina Eosco from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) 27:45 - interview between Jim Shanahan and Jeff Berardelli from Columbia University and CBS News
Collection
In This Climate_Podcast
Unit
The Media School
Notes
Season 1, Episode 4