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Dr. Michael E. Mann is Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science at Penn State, with joint appointments in the Department of Geosciences and the Earth and Environmental Systems Institute (EESI). He is also director of the Penn State Earth System Science Center (ESSC)

Mann is the author of several books including his most recent work, The Madhouse Effect, which features cartoons by Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist Tom Toles. Through satire, “The Madhouse Effect” portrays the intellectual pretzels into which denialists must twist logic to explain away the clear evidence that man-made activity has changed our climate. To learn more about the book, click here

Recent Interviews

Dr. Mann joins Christopher Wright in talking climate science and politics with Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki in latest episode of Shirtloads Of Science.

Dr. Mann's interview with Roundhouse Radio on The Madhouse Effect and more.

Dr. Michael E. Mann's interview with Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki on his show Shirtloads of Science.

Dr. Mann's interview with Michael Smerconish via Sirius XM Radio

Dr. Mann attends a roundtable discussion hosted by Democracy Now. 

Dr. Mann's MSNBC interview earlier today with Andrea Mitchell Reports about the Paris climate accord and the continued denial of climate change.

Listen to Dr. Mann's interview with Buffalo State radio station 91.3 FM. 

Dr. Mann's interview with Michael Smerconish of Sirius XM Radio on Climate change, false balance, Bret Stephens, and The New York Times.

Dr. Mann's latest interview with The Real News Network.

Dr. Mann's interview Rania Khalek and Devin Gosztola 

Recent Tweets

News & Updates

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.

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 result of climate change.

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 '

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. 

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