Florida Department of Environmental Protection officials told Jim Harper not to use the term “climate change” in an educational project he was doing on coral reefs. (Photo by John Van Beekum.)

Florida Department of Environmental Protection officials told Jim Harper not to use the term “climate change” in an educational project he was doing on coral reefs. (Photo by John Van Beekum.)

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Florida Center for Investigative Reporting Editor Tristram Korten was on the nationally syndicated public radio shows “To the Point” and “Here and Now” Monday to discuss his story revealing that Florida Department of Environmental Protection employees have been ordered not to use the terms “climate change” and “global warming” in any official communications.

Korten’s story has received national and international attention since its publication Sunday.

On “To the Point,” produced by KCRW in Santa Monica, Calif., host Warren Olney interviewed Korten about his reporting:

In addition, “Here and Now,” produced by WBUR in Boston, carried Korten’s radio report, which he produced in partnership with WLRN Miami Herald News.

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