2017 News & Interviews
Kiley Kroh from Think Progress explains why John Kelly, the White House chief of staff, killed the idea of Scott Pruitt's climate debate.
Robyn Williams of ABC Radio National ABC Science congratulates Michael Mann on being awarded the Award for Public Engagement with Science from the American Association of the Advancement of Science.
Dr. Mann's interview with Maria Armoudian of Public Interest Media New Zealand.
Gabrielle Monaghan of The Times and The Sunday Times explains why life-threatening weather emergencies are keeping the Irish people confined indoors for days at a time.
Dwayne Harmon of Newburgh Gazette explains how the freak warming around the North Pole that sent a blast of Arctic air over Europe could happen more frequently.
John R. Platt, from The Revelator, wrote a glowing review of the Dr. Mann's new book.
Robin Bravender, E&E News reporter, explains Scott Pruitt's efforts to promote a public climate science debate.
Eleanor Ainge Roy, writing for The Guardian, explains how the traditional scale for storms is not accommodating to the increasing intensity of storms.
Dr. Mann writes about his new book with Megan Herbert from the New Scientist.
Joe Romm of Think Progress explains why the planet keeps heating up and melting ice at a 'frightening' pace.
Dr. Mann's latest interview with Steve Curwood for PRI Public Radio International PRI's Living on Earth.
John Bacon of USA today explains why EPA chief Scott Pruitt defended flying first class on the government tab by saying the 'toxic environment politically' has led to uncomfortable...
Stephen Waldron from AAAS congratulates Dr. Mann on his science communication efforts, current research, and several publications.
Victoria University of Wellington explains why the Samoan Prime Minister and climate change action advocate created a climate change conference in Wellington.
Doyle Rice of USA Today, explains the extreme seal level rise seen all around the world.
Brandon Miller of CNN, explains how climate change is impacting how quickly sea level is rising.
Timothy Cama, writer for The Hill, explains how EPA head Scott Pruitt is getting bolder in quesitoning climate change.
Read this opinion piece by Karen Elias in The Express, Lock Haven, PA
Charlie May of Salon, explains why EPA head Scott Pruitt thinks climate change maybe not be so bad.
Chris D'Angelo of The Huffington Post explains why state legislators are trying to change the education standards in Idaho.
Oliver Milman of The Guardian writes about another comment from EPA head Scott Pruitt that proves once again that he his a climate change denier.
Dr. Mann's Op-Ed with James Powell in The New York Times about Rebekah Mercer's family foundation and how they fund groups that deny climate change.
Bob Berwyn of Inside Climate News explains how the Jet stream has weakened over the past several decades and the impact on climate change.
Katie M. Palmer and Matt Simon from The Wired explain everything you need to know about what humans can do to stop wrecking the planet.
Dana Nuccitelli, writing for The Guardian, explains why it is dangerous to accept Trump's ignorance.
Scott K. Johnson, writing for Ars Technica, explains how a new record of past climate proves that we are indeed warmer than we've ever been as a planet.
Matt Smith of The Seeker explains how a new study seeks to pin down how much global temperatures are likely to rise with a doubling CO2 in the atmosphere compared to the pre-industrial era.
Dan Merica and Brandon Miller, writing for CNN explains Trumps false claims that the ice caps were setting records for how much they are not melting.
Sammy Roth of USA Today explains how the state of the climate is not as strong as Trump suggests.
Dr. Mann's latest interview with Steve Curwood with Public Radio International.
Dr. Mann's podcast of panel discussion from the Climate One Schneider Award event
Bill Nye writes for Vulture listing The Hockey Stick and Climate Wars as one of his 10 favorite books that they would take to a desert island.
Robin Pogrebin and Somini Sengupta from The New York Times explains why more than 200 scientists and academics are asking the American Museum of Natural History to remove Rebekah Mercer...
Dr. Mann's interview with CSICon - Skeptical Inquirer Conference with Brian Kirby of 502 Conversations.
Jennifer Hijazi of PBS News Hour and Scientific American explains why 2017 was the most expensive year for climate disasters on record.
Dana Nuccitelli, writing for The Guardian, answers that Earth's ideal temperature would be as little additional warming as possible.
Dr. Mann's letter to the editor in The Transylvania Times.
Marlowe Hood of AFP News Agency explains how the Paris Agreement goal of capping global warming at 1.5 degrees will not be attainable much longer.
Jason Samenow of The Washington Post Capital Weather Gang explains the recent brutal cold weather.
Paul Rosenberg of Planet Jackson Holel explains the online strategy behind the climate change denialists.
Dr. Michael Mann, Joseph Goffman, Alex Howard, Paul N. Edwards, Juanita Constable, Ben Levitan are quoted in The Environmental Data and Governance Initiative's article Changing the...
Dr. Michael E. Mann's commentary for DS Virgin Racing Formula E Team discussing how we can combat climate change.
David Fogarty of The Strait Times explains the extreme weather already starting in 2018.
David Fogarty of The Strait Times explains the record deep-freeze in the United States.
Dr. Mann and Jennifer Francis joined Marty Moss-Coane of WHYY Radio times to discuss the potential linkages between extreme winter weather and Climate Change.
Brian Palmer of the Natural Resources Defense Council explains Trumps increasing climate denial.
Dr. Michael E. Mann's latest commentary on Climate Reality
Joesph Romm of Climate Progress explains how the natural influences should have made 2017 cooler than normal, but it was actually hotter than normal.
Dr. Mann's commentary in the Bend Bulletin on how Gordon Fulks' Dec. 27 commentary is a dishonest smear against scientists and science.
Bob Berwyn for Inside Climate News explains why new research suggests human-caused emissions will lead to bigger impacts on heat and extreme weather.