‘GOOD MORNING AMERICA’ CO-ANCHOR MICHAEL STRAHAN TRAVELS TO EASTER ISLAND
ONE OF THE MOST REMOTE, INHABITED ISLANDS ON EARTH
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As Part of ABC News’ Ongoing ‘Climate Crisis’ Series, Strahan Explores the Impact Climate Change Is Having on the Chilean Island’s Environment, People and Future, Along With the Island’s Culture and Heritage
Strahan Co-Anchors ‘GMA’ Live from Easter Island on Tuesday, Feb. 28, and Thursday, Mar. 2, 7:00-9:00 a.m. EST on ABC
ABC News’ “Good Morning America” co-anchor Michael Strahan travels to Easter Island, a remote volcanic island in Polynesia, as part of ABC News’ ongoing “Climate Crisis” series.
Strahan explores the heritage, beauty and historic stone statues, called moai, plus connects with generations of locals who share their culture. While there, he also investigates how climate change is affecting its people and environment, threatening the moai, as well as the impact plastics in the ocean are having on the island and surrounding waters, specifically as they degrade into microplastics, and the ongoing effort to keep the water safe and healthy for both the sea life and the island’s native people.
Strahan co-anchors his first live broadcast from Easter Island on Tuesday, Feb. 28, and joins “GMA” again live from the Chilean island on Thursday, Mar. 2.
“Good Morning America” airs Monday-Friday (7:00-9:00 a.m. EST) on ABC.
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February 27, 2023 7:30am ET by Pressparty