2016 Interviews

Dr. Mann's interview with Steve Curwood on this week's PRI's Living on Earth via PRL Public Radio International. Listen here or read the transcript. 

Dr. Mann's interview with NPR/WBEZ Worldview. As a climate researcher, Professor Michael Mann worries about public reaction to his research under the incoming Trump administration. 

Dr. Mann's Podcast with America Adapts on the affects that the Trump administration can have on climate change. 

Check out Dr. Mann's interview iwth Claudia Shambaugh about The Madhouse Effect, the legacy of Ralph Cicerone, and more. 

Dr. Mann's interview with WPSU on his new book, Trump, climate change and much more.

 

Dr. Mann's interview with NPR/KCRW on the possible consequences if NASA ends climate change research. 

Dr. Mann's interview today on KALW discussing The Madhouse Effect and taking listener calls. 

Dr. Michael Mann joins Matt in the studio to talk about his new book The Madhouse Effect. This episode is all about climate change and the creation of the book.

In this Episode of Straight Talk MD Dr. Mann talks about climate change science and why a small minority of industry-funded scientists and politicians continue to deny the root of climate change. Listen to the interview below. 

In this interview with Climate Talk Radio, Dr. Mann's thought on the choices on the ballot and what it means for the planet.

Read and Listen to Dr. Mann's interview on NPR Science Friday at the links below. 

In this Ikonokast Podcast Dr. Mann and Greg Laden dicsusses climate change and hurricane Matthew. Watch video at link below.

 

Dr. Michael E. Mann talks to Michael Smerconish about cliams by Matt Drudge and Rush Limbaugh that the National Hurricane Center has a monopoly on hurricane data. Listen to the entire conversation on demand and on soundcloud at the link below. 

Check out Dr. Mann's two part interview with Democracy Now!. In the first segment Dr. Mann discusses Hurricane Matthew. In part two of the interview Dr. Mann discuses the consequences of electing Donald Trump and Mike Pence. 

 

Dr. Mann and Stefan Rahmstorf answer the Earth 101 climate question of What is Climate Sensitivity? Watch their answer below.

 

Dr. Mann discusses climate change and The Madhouse Effect on KALW 91.7 FM San Fran. The other guest on the radio at the time was Noah Diffenbaugh, professor in the School fo Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences. 

Dr. Mann's interview with Sandy Hausman on his new book The Madhouse Effect.

Dr. Mann's interview on The Madhouse Effect, climate communication, and more w/ Clay and Grant of Prism Podcast

Thom Hartmann speaks with Dr. Michael Man about the unprecedented rate of warming around the globe, and what that means for the future of our species.

Thom Hartmann interview dr. Michael Mann about his upcoming book. To read the transcript click on the link below.

Climate scientists Michael Mann discusses how the recent floods in Lousiana, West Virginia, Ellicot City are becoming the norm.

Click the link below to read the transcript of Dr. Mann's interview with GreenSportsBlog.

Dr. Michael Mann's interview with Thom Hartmann about climate change adn recent extreme weather events. Video starts at 30:00.

Mann says his forthcoming book tour will likely include some Midwest stops. He spoke with Midwest Energy News recently to discuss climate change politics and policy in the Midwest and globally. The interview has been edited for clarity.

Dr. Mann answers questions from Kevin Featherly from Midwest Energy News about his new book The Madhouse Effect, to be published in September.

Dr. Michael Mann's interview with Thom Hartmann about climate change adn recent extreme weather events. Video starts at 30:00.

Extreme weather is sweeping across the United States, from scorching heat in the Southwest to uncontrollable wildfires in California, to deadly flooding in Appalachia. In West Virginia, at least 23 people have died in once-in-a-thousand-year flooding, and a number of people remain missing across the state. Meanwhile, wildfires are raging up and down the state of California. At least two people have died, and hundreds of homes have been destroyed. May was the 13th straight month to smash global temperature records, amid increasing human-fueled global warming. We speak with Michael Mann, a professor of atmospheric science at Penn State University. Mann was in Phoenix last weekend to testify before the Democratic National Platform Draft Committee meeting.

 

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Dr. Michael Mann discusses the link between extreme weather and climate change in an interview with The Real News Network

Thom speaks with Dr. Michael Mann about the climate and the media.

Wide-ranging interview by Thorsteinn Asgrimsson with Stefan Rahmstorf and Dr. Michael Mann. This interview was conducted via Mbl.is news in iceland.

Dr. Mann's interview with Magnus Orn Sigurdsson on RUV Iceland National Radio.

Dr. Mann's interview with Peter Sinclair via The Climate Denial Crock of the Week.

An interview of Dr. Mann via The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann about the oceans and increase wild fires.

Richard Moore an investigative Reporter for The Northwoods River News interviewed Dr. Mann about his beliefs that the debate on climate change should focus on what to do about it and not whether or not it exists.This is the first in a series of interviews about climate change.

Michael Mann's recent interview about climate change with Robert F. Kennedy Jr on The Ring of Fire Radio.

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"Living on Earth" Public Radio International and NPR interview of Dr. Mann on the math of ice melting around the world.

Thom Hartmann interviews Dr. Mann about scientists beliefs that ice melt in Greenland and Antacrtica could speed up faster than previously thought.

Dr. mann discussed the report that details the link between unprecedented storms and human-caused climate change.

Dr. Mann met with Thom Hartman to discuss climate change and the weird winter that has occured in many parts of America.

A collection of interviews of scientists reactions when the news of the Paris agreement came through. Dr. Mann was one of the scientist interviewed.

Climate scientist Michael Mann tells NPR that warm wet air was carried through the atmosphere like a wave when you shake a rope. "If you flick it like El Niño is doing in the Pacific," Mann says, "you are going to generate this long wave disturbance that can have impacts way downstream."