2018 News

Dr. Mann's interview with William Brangham on PBS News Hour.

Yasemin Saplakoglu, writing for LiveScience explains how close the earth is to reaching global temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees Fahrenheit higher than preindustrial temperatures. 

Joseph Romm from Climate Progress explains scientists reactions to trumps California wildfire tweets.

Matthew Rozsa from Salon explains why the earth is reaching a breaking point when it comes to climate change.

John Gibbons, writing for The Irish Times, explains how about two-thirds of the 190 major weather events since 2004 were found to have been exacerbated by human-induced climate change. 

Dr. Mann's interview with Mike Hosking on Newstalk ZB New Zealand radio.

Dr. Mann's interview with amna.gr (Greece) discussing the science behind the wildfires in California and their relation to climate change.

Kurtis Alexander of The San Francisco Chronicle explains how climate change has affected the California wildfires.

Alexander Charles Kaufman, for Huffington Post, explains how the earth could be different in 2030.

Katie Herzog, writing for The Stranger, explains how controversial Canadian psychologist is spreading myths about climate change.

Dr. Michael Mann's interview on climate science, impacts, policy and Politics with Cymene Howe and Dominic Boyer for the Rice University Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human Sciences.

Kate Aronoff, writing for The Nation Magazine, explains how Nathaniel Rich's article illustrates American failures not global ones.

Andrew Freedman of Axios wrote about why China is most susceptible to extreme heat waves.

Dr. Mann's interview with Thom Hartmann about the unprecedented weather events happening this summer, the role climate change is playing and what the public can do about it. Dr. Mann starts at 11:24.

Steve Hanley, writing for Red, Green, and Blue, explains climate change's impact California wildfires.

Dr. Michael Mann's interview with Jeremy Hobson of NPR WBUR 90.0 FM Here & Now.

Jungeun Kim, Jennifer Ki, and Euan McKirdy of CNN discuss the deadly heatwave in South Korea.

Michael Mann's interview on climate change and recent weather news with Paul Ross.

Michael Boren of The Philadelphia Inquirer explains exactly how climate change is affecting the city of Philadelphia.

Christa Marshall, E&E News reporter, explains how Trump's plans to nominate University of Oklahoma meteorologist Kelvin Droegemeier differ from the opinions of his team.

Lydia O'Connor, writing for Huffington Post explains how global warming could make areas too warm for human habitation.

Joseph Romm of Think Progress/Climate Progress criticizes the recent New York Times climate story.

Dr. Michael E. Mann's interview with Dimitri Lascaris of The Real News Network.

Randy Showstack of Eos discusses Trumps vow to exit the United States from the Paris climate pact with Dr.

Emily Atkin from The New Republic explains why scientists are tearing their hair out over baseless myths about the erupting volcano in Ha

Vanessa Schipani of Fact Check explains how in a recent hearing on the role of innovation in addressing climate change, Republicans made

Listen to Dr. Mann and other distinguished professors discuss climate change on WVIZ/PBS Ideastream in Cleveland Ohio.

Andrea Dutton and Michael E. Mann how research shows that sea levels are rising and human-caused climate change is the cause.

Dr. Mann's interview with NBC News New York on how New York's American Museum of National History has invested in fossil fuels.

Andrew Lehren and Emily Siegel of NBC News explain how The American Museum of Natural History has private investments in fossil fuels. 

Paul Huttner of MPR News helps explain how experts and students are revealing the latest climate change trends and solutions.

Cara Maines of NBC News explains how climate change could effect coastal cities across the east coast. 

Doyle Rice, from USA TODAY, explains the report from scientists that proves how powerful hurricanes are strengthening faster now than they did 30 years ago.

Dr. Mann's interview with Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese of The Clearing the FOG Radio Show.

Jason Samenow of the Washington Post Capital Weather Gang explains how human activities are driving storms to have stronger rainfall. 

Dr. Mann's interview with Craig Miller of KQED on climate change science, politics and action.

Denise Bradley of The Newburgh Gazette explains how carbon dioxide levels have surpassed records. 

Andrew Freedman of Mashable explains how the earth has reached the highest-ever carbon dioxide level in the air in human history.

Dr. Mann's new article with Juan Restrepo in the latest Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics News

In Dr. Mann's latest interview with Thom Hartmann he discusses his latest article.

Deborah Phelan of 2050 kids explains the importance of the 20 year anniversary of climatologists Michael Mann's "hockey stick" chart.

Olive Heffernan of New Scientists explains why Dr. Mann's "hockey stick" graph is still relevant after two decades.

Dr. Mann's Earth Day interview with Paul Dolman of What Matters Most.

Dr. Mann's "Hockey Stick" interview with CBS correspondent John Roberts back on Earth Day April 22, 1998.

Bob Collins of MPR News explains the history of the "hockey stick" graph.