News, Interviews & Commentaries
Dr. Michael Mann has been included in Apolitical's inaugural list of the World's 100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy.
Dr. Michael Mann's opinion piece in The Guardian with Bob Ward.
Dr. Mann will be talking about Idai, record flooding & climate change with Paul Ross of talkRADIO.
Sophie Weiner, writing for Splinter News, explains how climate change is leading to devastating floods.
Maria Perez, for Newsweek, explains how climate change is making flooding worse.
Joseph Romm, writing for Climate Progress, explains how the AP 'fact-check' of Beto O'Rourke is wrong.
Olivia Rosane, for EcoWatch explains the historic flooding in the Midwest.
Mark Kaufman of Mashable explains all the ways climate change impacted the planet in 2019.
Nancy Gaarder, staff writer for Omaha World-Herald, explains how the weather is forcing devastating floods and blizzards.
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...
Dr. Michael E. Mann's latest commentary for Newsweek.
Stephen Leahy, writing for National Geographic, explains how a new climate study explains how the safety window for climate is vanishing.
Mike Melia, for Associated Press explain why climate change deniers are targeting school lessons.
Jim Salinger and Michael Mann's commentary in the New Zealand Herald.
John Plat, writing for the Revelator explains how and wy oil and gas production has risen.
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.
This must-read piece by Joseph Romm for Climate Progress explains how big tech companies are destroying the climate.
Nexus Media and Eco watch explain how one couple is petitioning to create a Nobel Prize for climate change.
Joseph Romm, writing for Climate Progress explains how the worst-case scenario for global warming has changed.
Chris D'Angelo, writing for Huffington Post explains Trump's anti-science climate panel.
Jessica Corbett, writing for Common Dreams explains how a new study details the possibility of a devastating climate feedback loop.
Nicole Mortillaro, writing for CBC explains how strong policies are showing an effect on CO2 emissions in some countries.
Dr. Michael Mann's interview on tackling the climate change crisis with Amanda J Nesheiwat for The Green Revolution Show.
Red Green and Blue explains the attacks on CO2
Arthur Nelsen, writing for Guardian, explains the food crises that ravaged Madagascar, Ethiopia, and Haiti.
Kashmira Gander, writing for Newsweek explains the decision behind Trump's pick for committee on threat of global warming.
New article by Ove Hoegh-Guldberg and other scientists in Frontiers in Marine Science.
Julia Travers, writing for Inside Philanthropy explains why a prestigious prize went to scientists who broke new ground this year.
Dr. Mann's article in the March issue of Scientific American.
Chris Baynes of The Independent explains why the new choice for climate change panel is dangerous.
Brian Merchant, writing for Gizmodo explains big technology companies are impacting the climate change crisis.
Check out Dr. Michael Mann's conversation with "Uninhabitable Earth" author David Wallace-Wells and the MSNBC Morning Joe crew.
Sean Morrison of the London Evening, explains Wallace Smith Broecker's death and how his life impacted climate science.
Hannah Osborne, writing for the Newsweek, explains how Wallace Smith Broecker was considered the 'Grandfather of Climate Science'.
John Schwartz, writing for the New York Times, explains Dr. Wallace S. Broeker's research into the oceans, the atmosphere and the planet's ice gave him a deep understanding of global warming...
Kate Yoder, writing for Grist explains how the earth could be entering a future we do not want to live in.
Kristine Allen, from WPSU, describes the Nerd Nite event in State College.
Laura Woods, writing for Vice (Canada).
Seth Borenstein of the Associated Press describes Wallace Smith Broecker's death is important.
Collin Breaux, writing for the Panama City News Herald explains how climate change impacted Hurricane Michael.
Sarah Kaplan, from the Washington Post, explains how a 7th grader started a climate change movement.
The Daily Hampshire Gazette explains Julie Brigham-Grette's geological journey through the past 20,000 years.