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Dr. Michael E. Mann is Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science at Penn State, with joint appointments in the Department of Geosciences and the Earth and Environmental Systems Institute (EESI). He is also director of the Penn State Earth System Science Center (ESSC)

Mann is the author of several books including his most recent work, The Madhouse Effect, which features cartoons by Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist Tom Toles. Through satire, “The Madhouse Effect” portrays the intellectual pretzels into which denialists must twist logic to explain away the clear evidence that man-made activity has changed our climate. To learn more about the book, click here

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Dr. Mann's recent interview with Steve Curwood for Public Radio International's Living on Earth. 

Dr. Mann's recent podcast interview with Paul Samuel Dolman. 

Dr. Mann's latest interview with Thom Hartman on climate change and global warming predictions. 

Check out Dr. Michael Mann's conversation with "Uninhabitable Earth" author David Wallace-Wells and the MSNBC Morning Joe crew. 

The renowned US climate scientist and Tyler Prize winner talks exclusively to Samantha Page for Cosmos.

Jayde Lovell sits down with climate scientist Dr. Michael E. Mann, co-recipient of the 2019 Tyler Price for environmental achievement.

Peter Sinclair, writing for The Climate Denial Crock of the Week talks with Dr. Mann.

Dr. Mann discusses the latest politics headlines from Washington, DC with ABC News.

Penn State distinguished Professor of atmospheric science, Michael Mann's interview with MSNBC where he summarizes the past year in climate policy, and the impact of President Trump's administration. 

Dr. Michael Mann joins Paul Samuel Dolman on his 500th episode celebratory podcast. 

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Nancy Gaarder, staff writer for Omaha World-Herald, explains how the weather is forcing devastating floods and blizzards. 

Mark Kaufman of Mashable explains all the ways climate change impacted the planet in 2019.

Dr. Mann's recent interview with Steve Curwood for Public Radio International's Living on Earth. 

Chris D'Angelo, writing for the Huffington Post, explains why more than 10 million people were reportedly under flood warnings on Friday.

E.A. Crunden writing for Think Progress explains why there is no doubt that climate change is the greatest issue of our time. 

Sami Grover, writing for Tree Hugger, explains how there is no way we can 'fix' climate change. 

Giff Witte, Luisa Beck, Brady Dennis, and Sarah Kaplan for The Washington Post explains why students are striking in the streets. 

Lauren Muthler of Centre Daily Times describes what Penn State experts are saying about climate change.

Check out the Pennsylvania Auditor General's Climate Crisis hearing at Penn State.

Michael Lemonick, writing for Scientific American, explains why more than 240 scientists have already signed a document supporting students around the world in their demand for bold action to make sure the world they grow up in is livable. 

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Summer 2018 saw an unprecedented spate of extreme weather events, from the floods in Japan, to the record heat waves across North America, Europe and Asia, to wildfires that threatened Greece and even parts of the Arctic. The heat and drought in the western U.S. culminated in the worst California wildfire on record.