2017 News & Interviews
Dino Granodni, writer for The Washington Post, explains how differing opinions can be okay.
Joe Romm, of Climate Progress, explains why climatologist Michael Mann says 'Pruitt is in violation of basic standards of ethical conduct'
Professor Michael Mann's interview with Lindsay E. Beyerstein of Rewire discussing why the Trump administration denies basic science.
Dr. Mann's interview with Courtney Barrow of AccuWeather about climate change and avoiding disaster.
Caroline Haskins of Motherboard explains why we cannot know how many places are unprepared for upcoming decades of climate change.
Ayana Byrd of Colorlines explains why researchers believe the Paris climate agreement may not have considered all relevant data.
Bob Berwyn, Pacific Standard magazine writer, explains how severe thunderstorms and cold snaps are costly climate disasters affecting the U.S. and Europe.
Tate Williams of Inside Philanthropy writes about how the Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry's family is now helping "resist" the Trump Era.
Adam Levy and Michael Mann discuss whether Al Gore being a figurehead for climate change is a good thing.
Jeff Goodell, writer for Rolling Stone, explains how Trump's EPA chief is gutting the agency, defunding science, and serving the fossil-fuel industry.
Emily Atkin of New Republic exposes the legal attacks, internet harassment, and the Trump-fueled "culture of fear" that is making it more difficult than ever to be a climate...
Elana Gordon, writing for Newsworks explains how historic weather libraries can hep scientists with understanding our future climate.
Read John Abraham's profile of Kevin Trenberth, one of the world's foremost climate scientists in The Guardian.
Michael Mann views the US statesman, Al Gore's, second film probing climate change.
Richard Heinberg of Post Carbon Institute's thoughtful commentary via CommonDreams about a highly publicized controversy over the efficacy of plans for a comprehensive...
Financial Tribune explains how a new study has found that the temperature baseline used in the Paris climate agreement may have discounted a century's worth of human-caused global...
Scott Waldman, writing for Scientific American, explains how a new global temperature baseline casts doubt on humanity's ability to meet the Paris target.
Tom Mckay of Gizmodo explains this switch in beliefs by Lamar Smith, republican in charge of the House Science Committee.
Ian Johnston, environment correspondent for independent.co.uk says the earth's average temperature could have risen by up to 1.2 C rather than about 1C.
In this article for E&E News Robin Bravender explains how Anthony Scaramucci, the president's new communications director has expressed doubt in climate science.
A'ndrea Elyse Messer, writing for Penn State News, explains how Penn State's carbon budget may have been overestimated.
Chris Mooney of The Washington Post, explains how a team of climate scientists say the fixed limit to the volume of carbon dioxide emissions that we can put into the atmosphere is narrower...
Dimitri Lascaris for The Real News explains how climate scientist Michael Mann sees a clear link between climate change and the devastating wildfires of 2017.
In this interview with Dimitri Lascaris of The Real News Dr. Mann separates myth from reality in climate change reporting.
Dr. Mann's interview about climate change and what we can do about it.
Dr. Mann, writing for The Climate Science Legal Defense Fund explains what is like to become a target of legal attacks and harassment by politically motivated groups.
Joe Romm, founding editor of Climate Progress, explains how 2017 is heading toward the record for hottest year without an El Nino episode.
Michael Slezack writes for The Guardian about how June 2017 was beaten only by June in 2015 and 2016, leaving experts with little hope for limiting warming to 1.5C or even 2C.
E&E Daily explains how Republican Rep. Lamar Smith of Texas, a vocal critic of climate science, organized and led a clandestine expedition to the melting Arctic in May.
James Freeman, writing for The New York Times explains what is going in climate news today.
Sarah Rafacz, Centre Daily writer, explains how Dr. Mann communicates science in an effective and honest manor.
Mark Summer, writer for The Daily Kos, explains how the recent news stories impact climate science.
In this egregiously-titled piece written by Rachel O'Donoghue for The Daily Star, she explains how Humans are going to be boiled to death and choked by "death smogs" as a...
Important Read by Mark Tercek, contributing writer for The Huffington Post, where he explains why there is no need to panic about the climate future.
Zahra Hirji, BuzzFeed News reporter, explains why Lamar Smith, one of the most vocal critics of climate science, went on a secret trip to the Arctic in May.
Ian Johnston of Independent.co.uk attacks an article attempting to describe global warming's worst-case scenario for painting an 'overly bleak picture by overstating some of the...
Brian Kahn of Climate Central discusses a new report that shows greenhouse gases' influence on the climate has increased 40 percent since 1990.
Graham Readfern for The Guardian explains how as a Trump appointee pushes for televised slanging match, a New York magazine cover story sparks a different debate.
John Timmer from arstechnica.com explains why scientists are arguing against worst case scenarios of climate change.
David Templeton of The Pittsburgh Post Gazette explains how a Delaware-sized ice mass from Antartica shows a process is in place to double the rise in sea levels by the end of the century....
Read this op-ed in The Washington Post by Michael Mann, Susan Joy Hassol and Tom Toles.
Graham LLoyd, writer for The Australian, explains how some climate models were wrong are need to be updated to better reflect the results of satellite temperature measurements and other changes...
Alexander C. Kaufman and Chris D'Angelo of Huffington Post explain why many scientists, former agency officials, and House Democrats are not excited for the new program.
Gavin Bade, writing for Utility Dive, explains how EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt will use 'red team, blue team' exercises to conduct a lengthy review of climate science.
Andrew Kreighbaum of Inside Higher Ed discusses how professors and others withs cience backgrounds are running for Congress, to try and reverse Trump and Republican leaders policies.
Samantha Page explains why Trump's Energy Week is not working scientists.
Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer for U.S. News writes about an extensive first-of-its-kind study says global warming is likely to hit southern and poorer US counties harder.
Dr. Mann joins Christiana Figueres and colleagues in setting urgent milestones to bend global carbon emissions down by 2020. Read about it via Nature News and Comment.
Ian Johnston of The Independent explains why experts say the world only has three years to start making significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
Jim Renwick at Hot Topic NZ discusses why we should disregard false prophecies of unavoidable doom that are based on bad science and misguided principles.