"Behind The Scenes" to Feature New Content on Tools Being Developed to Monitor Climate Change, Hosted by Laurence Fishburne

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The program will look into ways that data is being assimilated to provide researchers accurate models for future trends.

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Climate change has spent much of the past few decades in the spotlights as politicians and scientists have continued to debate its causes and effects.

The star from film and TV has also given his acting talents to the world of educational television as Laurence Fishburne hosts "Behind The Scenes." This informative show seeks to shine a light on the many issues facing modern society today. One of the most recent episodes focused on climate change. There are numerous tools being developed to monitor its progression which "Behind The Scenes" discusses.

Climate Change and the Growing Threat
Climate change has spent much of the past few decades in the spotlights as politicians and scientists have continued to debate its causes and effects. Meanwhile, scientists and researchers from all over the globe have been working hard to develop new tools to gather evidence showing the damage that climate change is causing. For example, new tools have been developed to monitor the changes in the ozone layer that have resulted from the excess deposition of carbon dioxide. In addition, tools are being developed that measure the balance of carbon dioxide between the air and the oceans. As excess carbon dioxide is deposited into the air, it also gets deposited into the oceans. This changes their pH and can threaten the animals living under the sea. It remains to be seen just how this will impact the environment in the future. All of this is discussed in an episode of "Behind The Scenes."

Recognized for Its Quality Programming
"Behind The Scenes" is a show that has been recognized for its superior programming with numerous awards and accolades. It is carefully reviewed to ensure that it meets high standards prior to dissemination to national broadcasting partners for wider viewing.

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