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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

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Recent Interviews

Dr. Mann's interview with Radio Adelaide's Barry Mitchell at the National Climate Emergency Summit in Melbourne.

Dr. Mann talks with The Juice Media about climate change, bushfire and Morrison government and other things.

Dr. Mann's discussion on latest 60 Minutes Australia

Conversations between Senator Jim Molan and Dr. Man during the Q+A.

Dr. Mann joined the conversation on Australia's bushfire via The ABC Australia Q+A Special from Canberra.

Dr Mann's interview with WPSU on Human and Environmental Health

Haidi Lun Stroud-Watts interviews Dr. Mann for Bloomberg News Australia.  

Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki interviews Dr. Mann for an ABC Australia podcast.  

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News & Updates

Dr. Mann provides commentary for a story from the AFP News Agency.  

Jeff Beradelli quotes Dr. Mann in an article for CBS News.  

A precis for Dr. Mann's upcoming new book.  

Dr. Mann is quoted in this article by Bob Berwyn of InsideClimate News.  

Dr. Mann is quoted by Bob Berwyn with InsideClimate News.  

Dr. Mann comments in David Suzuki's column for The Rossland Telegraph.  

Dr. Mann participates in a blog discussion for The Guardian Australia.  

Reporting from Angie Lassman at NBC 6 in Miami.  

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Australian bushfires

As some readers will know, I happen to have been on sabbatical in Australia these last past months. I came there to study the impact of climate change on extreme summer weather events with a specific focus on Australia.

A new commentary in the journal Nature by Zeke Hausfather and Glen Peters is making the rounds today.