We want to shine a light on efforts to tackle climate change and clean up the environment. - an In View series producer
Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
A report released yesterday by the World Meteorological Organization states that concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere set a new record in 2012. Climate scientists have blamed greenhouse gases for rising temperatures. Today, the production team of the In View series, a wide-ranging and informative cable television program distributed on cable channels such as the Discovery Channel, stated that they would seek out additional stories about climate change and efforts to curb it. Earlier this year, the In View series hosted by Larry King (561-279-3550) looked at “Utah Clean Cities,” a concerted effort by cities in the Beehive State to better the state’s air quality, improve fuel efficiency and improve energy efficiency across the state. Producers for the show, including associate producer Rachel Van Drake, associate producer John Patrick, associate producer David Kent, associate producer Derrick Milhous and associate producer Courtney Lovejoy, hope to find similar encouraging stories across the country.
Producers for the In View TV series have identified many examples of communities and partnerships that work to help the environment and encourage conservation. For instance the program has highlighted the conversion of public transportation fleets to running on compressed natural gas, which burns cleaner than oil, emitting less pollution into the air. Associate producer Judi Marcus, senior associate producer Joel Walters, associate producer Brian Cahill, associate producer Karla Sullivan, associate producer Diane Shandler and associate producer Seth Goldberg look for encouraging stories relating to the environment, health, education, business and other areas of society to feature on In View hosted by Larry King. Check your local listings to find out when the In View show (855-446-8439) will air in your area.