Fresno State Focus takes a local look at Climate Change

Fresno State Focus

This week on Fresno State Focus students take a local look at climate change. Broadcast journalism student anchor Brittney Steele of Ocotillo, Calif. shows us how sustainability is more than just the words reduce, reuse, recycle. Reporter Erica Rosinski from Charlotte, North Carolina explains how climate change is a mixed bag for horses.

Reporter Alliz Clavijo from Pixley, Calif. talks with Collegian sports editor Jorge Rodriguez about what’s next for the football team after a tough loss against Utah State.

This edition of Fresno State Focus will air at 4 p.m. Wednesday, November 13, 2019, on Comcast Channel 94 and U-Verse Channel 99. You may also watch the live stream on CMAC.TV on the “Education” channel and on the Fresno State Focus YouTube channel, Facebook page, and

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