Ask Florida Gov. Rick Scott about climate change and he will tell you exactly what he is not.

"I'm not a scientist," Scott said repeatedly when asked about the issue Tuesday during a stop in Miami.

The governor did talk about money for flood control and Everglades restoration.

His previous stance on the issue expressed more skepticism.

"I've not been convinced that there's any man-made climate change," Scott said in 2011. "Nothing's convinced me that there is."

Could the shift mean that Scott is appealing to what may be a much more moderate electorate ahead of November's vote?

The governor is not saying, instead focusing on "the Everglades, making sure water flows south, any flooding around our coast."