2018 News

Sarah Ruiz-Grossman from Huffington Post explains how climate change consequences are already apparent. 

Rick Johnson letter to the editor in the Northwest Herald about the possibilities for reversing climate change. 

Agence Frace-Presse writing for The Straits Times explains why experts are talking about CO2 emissions.

RTE explains how the damage from 2018's weather is linked to climate change.

Dr. Mann's 2019 predictions in the real of science and technology, courtesy of NBC News. 

A holiday message in support of the efforts by The Climate Mobilization.

Matt McGrath of BBC News explains how climate change has huge financial impacts.

Anne Gulland, writing for The Telegraph, explains how extreme weather is costing the world billions.

Martin Williams, writing for South China Morning Post, explains the impact of climate change on tourism.

The Real News Network describes the year in climate news.

Dave McMillion, writing for The Herald-Mail Media, explains the different weather events in 2018.

Julie Dermansky, writing for DeSmog, explains how fossil fuels and climate denial are still in control in Louisiana.

Michael Bernard of Clean Technica discusses Jordan B. Peterson.

Mark Kaufman, writing for Mashable, explains how 2018 was the hottest year on record.

Phil McKenna, writing for Inside Climate News, explains how global warming never stopped.

John Bacon for USA TODAY explains how the US could rejoin the UN climate deal. 

Kavitha George, writing for Bustle, explains how wildfires have impacted the US financially.

Wenche Skorgee in The Aftenbladet. Translated into English via Google.

Randy Showstack, writing for American Geophysical Union explains how congress has a renewed focus on climate change. 

Josh Gabbatiss of The Independent explains why experts condemn 'climate villains' for blocking crucial global warming report.

Jean Chemnick for E&E News explains how the US is standing against science.

The Online version of Michael E. Mann's Politico op-ed with hyperlinks!

Dr. Mann's interview with Sam Seder via The Ring of Fire Radio. His interview starts at 22:22.

Jeff masters of Weather underground explains the courts decision behind forcing the University of Arizona to release confidential emails.

Emily Holden of The Guardian explains how Trump's official's arguments are completely false. 

Josh Gabbatiss of The Independent explains how the climate change report put out by the Trump administration is not accurate. 

Mark Lynas writing for the Alliance For Science explains how Michael Mann announced that he is voluntarily releasing numerous emails that have ben the target of legal action.

Josh Solomon of the Tampa Bay Times explains how hurricanes can continue to get stronger as a result of climate change. 

Seth Borenstein, writing for the AP, explains how climate scientists missed a lot when they were predicting how bad global warming would be twenty five years ago. 

Check out this must-read article by Joseph McCarthy writing for The Weather Channel about the National Climate Assessment. 

Since the Koch Brothers seem so interested in Dr. Michael E. Mann's emails, he made them avaible to everyone. 

Dr. Mann's letter to the editor in The Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader.

Alexander Charles Kaufman, writing for the Huffington Post explains how scientists are reacting to Trump's latest climate remarks. 

Dr. Mann's Newsweek opinion piece on President Trump's lack of climate change plan.

Cecilio Arillo of Business Mirror explains what is behind the frequent extreme weather. 

Mark Osborne, Alexander Mallin, and Deena Zaru explain how trump is threatening to pull funding for California wildfires over 'gross mismanagement'.

This article from Climate State explains how global warming will affect California's perpetual fire season. 

Nice coverage of Dr. Mann's recent Science Advances study by Andrew Freedman via Axios Science.

Carolyn Blackburne, for WNEP News explains how climate change led to the summer full of extreme weather. 

Mario Picazo, writing for The Weather Network, explains how a new study shows that the weather will become more extreme as the Jet Stream changes.

Yasemin Saplakoglu for LiveScience explains what could possibly happen in the science community with the Democrats in control of the house science committee. 

Olivia Rosane, writing for EcoWatch, breaks down the midterm elections and explains what candidates will be good or bad for the environment. 

Ines Kagubare of E&E News explains how the 2018 midterm elections have some scientists running for political office as backlash to President Trump's rejection of climate change.

Nirmal Narayanan, writing for the International Business Times explains how the changes in the jet stream are affecting our climate.

A clip from Dr. Michael E. Mann's interview with The Green Revolution Show.

Dr. Mann's commentary in The Washington Post explains how climate change played a roll in the extreme weather this summer.

Audrey Tan, environmental correspondent for The Straits Times explains how the residents of Cape Town are working together to cut down water usage.