Dan Satterfield quotes research from a paper published in Nature Scientific Reports by Michael Mann, Stefan Rahmstorf, and many other scientsits to prove that the record in heat in February 2016 was not naturally occuring.
Bob Potter from Centre Daily Times reacts to climate change deniers who only choose to believe some of the science out there. He signs Dr. Mann's book Dire Predictions as a book people should read to learn more about the topic
Michael Halpern from Union of Concerned Scientists discusses the House Science Commmittee Chairmans refusal to believe the science behind climate change and the scientists research that has gone into this fact. Dr. Mann's tweet is quoted.
Michael Bastasch from The Daily Caller debates teh idea that there was a 15-year "hiatus" in global warming. Dr. Michael Mann's "hockey stick" curve is mentioned.
Graham Readfern dicusses climate change denier Mark Steyn. Dr. Michael Mann is mentioned.
Tim McDonnell from Mother Jones, adresses the lack of conversation surrounding climate change in the presidential debates. Dr. Michael Mann, along with other top scientist, propose their own questions for the candidates.
Dr. Michael E. Mann dicusses the topic of climate change in the United States education system.
Dr. Michael E. Mann addresses falsehoods about the topic of human-caused climate change mentioned in a recent letter to the editor.
Graham Readfearn from Independent Austrialia dicusses how the chances of the record heat not being due to manmade greenhouse gases are incredibly slim
Dr. Michael E. Mann uses his research to discuss the probablity of the recent warmth that has occured around the world.
Thom Hartmann from Sputnik News, discusses the science behind the record breaking heat in 2015 and 2014. Dr. Michael Mann helps explain how the probablity of back-to-back record years is increasing
Today Online discusses how 2015 was the hottest year in recorded history in the world and the second-warmest on record for the continental United Sates. Dr. Michael Mann was quoted.
Rony V. Diaz from The Manila Times, dicsusses ways countries can reduce their carbon emissions to avoid a global increase of 2 degrees celsius.