2016 News

In article written by Chris D'Angelo of Huffington Post discusses how July was the hottest month since at least 1880 continues a streak of record-smashing temperatures. Dr. Mann is quoted. 

In an article written for the Huffington Post, Lydia O'Connor writes about the damaging weather events occuring in 2016. Just a little over halfway into 2016 and the flooding in Lousiana is not the only climate disaster.

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

This is the first in a two-part series by Nexus Media News on the challenges of reporting on climate change. Dr. Mann is quoted in the article.

Groups against climate science have been fighting to expose scientists emails in an effort to thwart their research. They had some success recently when the court decided to make the emails public.

 

Jason Samenow from The Capital Weather Gang discusses claims about how the jet stream crossing the equator affects the climate. Jason Samenow believes it is not a climate emergency and Dr. Mann agrees.

Oliver Milman of The Guardian writes about new environmental records. Temperatures, sea levels and carbon dioxide all hit milestones amid extreme weather in 2015.

 

An article writen by Bob Berwyn discusses how 2015 featured record warm temperatures on every inhabited continent as ice melted and the seas rose at alarming rates. Dr. Mann is quoted.

Former West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi and author Amitav Ghosh discuss why India is being covered in rain in recent days. Dr. Manns science is mentioned

Michael Mann writes for LeaderPost about addressing the false facts that come up in some narratives about climate change.

Emily Lundberg Ecosystem Marketplace discusses how the media is aiding the public skepticism.

Dr. Mann writes an article for Huffington Post about his testimony infront of the Democratic Party Platform drafting committee.

Dr. Michael E. Mann writes for Eco Watch and disscusses how the government is influencing the discourse around climate change and climate science.

Chris Mooney from The Washington Post discusses the alarming results from new cloud study. The study shows that clouds are shifting their distributions across Earth as a result of climate change.

Scott O'Reilly from The Alternative Daily discusses ways every day people can prepare themselves and their family for the increase in disastrous weather events. Dr. Mann is mentioned.

Ed Pilkington and Mona Chalabi discuss how the new Guardian US survey reveals anger of voters as election year debate fails to deal with concerns over the gathering global disaster. Dr. Mann is mentioned.

Glynis Board from West Virginia pulbic broadcasting addresses the debate over whether the flooding in West Virginia was a result of climate change or a natural disaster. Dr. Mann is quoted.

Katy Diagle from the Associated Press writes about how global warming is affecting the monsoon seasons and farmers across India and Asia. Dr. Mann was not invovled in the study but he is quoted in the article.

Dr. Mann addresses the falsehoods spread by Ken Allred in the St. Albert Gazette.

Dr. Mann addresses the flasehoods spread by Ken Allred in the St. Albert Gazette.

An editorial in the Washington County PA Observer on the recent rain that has flooded West Virginia and what can happen in the future. Dr. Michael Mann is mentioned.

 

The Charleston Gazette discusses whether the two natural disasters in West Virginia and the west cost could be linked to pollution-caused global warming. Dr. Mann is quoted.

Richard Moore, an investigative reporter from The River News discusses Dr. Mann's openions on the Paris climate agreement.

An editorial in the Washington County PA Observer on the recent rain that has flooded West Virginia and what can happen in the future. Dr. Michael Mann is mentioned.

Judy Weiss from the Citizens' Climate Lobby praises Michael Mann's The Hockey Stick and The Climate Wars for its excelent way of present the science behind climate science to non-scientists.

HBO is debuting a new documentary discussing the global impact of climate change. Dr. Mann is mentioned in the article about the movie.

Lucy Tiven from discusses how experts believe that the flooding in West Virginia is a signal of a bigger problem in the United States.

 

Lucy Tiven from attn: discusses how experts believe that the flooding in West Virginia is a signal of a bigger problem in the United States.

Umair Irfan, an E&E reporter, discusses a grop of scientists efforts to save Illinois nukes. Dr. Mann's opinion is mentioned.

Richard Moore of The Northwoods River News and Michael Mann discuss how although markets are moving towards renewable energy the pace is not fast enough to avoid climate-change consequences.

Umair Irfan, aEmily Atkin from Think Progress contacted several climate scientist to ask their opinion on presidential candidate Donald Trump's new energy plan. Dr. Mann was one of the scientist quoted.n E&E reporter, discusses a grop of scientists efforts to save Illinois nukes. Dr. Mann's opinion is mentioned.

Jim Kasting and Michael Mann discuss why the world cannot wait to take action against climate change.

A new scientific study shows that if every fossil fuel was burned the planet could warm as much as 18 degrees. Dr. Mann's research was mentioned.

THe U.S. led the world in oil production in 2015 for third year in a row, even as the White House develops climate policies to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

They asked Annie Leonard, Van Jones, and others to reflect on how "An Inconvienet Truth" changed the climate science game. Dr. Michael Mann is mentioned.

Forecasters are becoming more confidant about predicting how El Nino will turn into La Nina later in the year. Dr. Mann is mentioned.

This year's hurricane season will be stronger forecasters say. Dr. Mann is mentioned.

Dr. Mann's UC San Diego Earth Day talk was quoted in the latest issue of the UCSD Alumni magazine.

This article from The Globabl Posts dicusses how climate change is contributing to the wildfires ragaing across Canada. Dr. Michael Mann is mentioned.

Elliott Negin, senior writer at the Huffington Post, disscuses ExxonMobile's reluctance to comply with the Attourney General's fraud investigation. Dr. Mann and other climate scientists are mentioned.

Casey Williams from the Huffington Post discusses the wildfires in Canada. Dr. Mann is quoted saying that the conditions that made these wilfires possible are the unsually warm and dry winters that the region has experienced. Almost certainly due to climate change.

Dr. Michael Mann writes a letter to the editor.

Dan Falk, writing for Mental_Floss discusses a new study pulbished in Nature Scientific Reports that shows people have been tracking changes in climate since the 17th and 15th centuries in Europe and Japan. Dr. Michael Mann is quoted.

ESSC director Dr. Michael E. Mann, alumnus Dr. Michael Kozar, and researcher Sonya K. Miller have released their 2016 North Atlantic Hurricane Season forecast. They are calling for a more active season.

 

Chris Mooney from The Washington Post discusses how global warming can have a negative effect on the world's ocean

John Swain from Carbon Brief names Dr. Mann the top climate "connector" on Twitter. He also disscusses how Twitter has become a popular platform for discussing climate change between scientists, politicians, and journalist.

Neela Banarjee from Inside Climate News discusses how Exxon and their allies are invoking free speech protections in pushback against subpoenas from the government seeking decades of documents regarding climate change. The article mentions past attemps to gain Dr. Michael Mann's research during his tenure at the University of Virginia.

The increased melting from the Antartic is leading to an increase in water levels along the world's coastlines says John Upton from Climate Central. Dr Michael Mann is quoted.

Deirdre Fulton from EcoWatch discusses how March broke the record once again for hottest month since at least 1891.