2017 News

Bob Berwyn for Inside Climate News explains why new research suggests human-caused emissions will lead to bigger impacts on heat and extreme weather.

The Real News Network and The Baltimore Beat combine the big climate stories of the year.

Bart Verheggen writes about climate denialist attacks on recent articles about climate denialists.

Lisa Hymas of Media Matters for America explains why hurricanes, heat waves, wildfires, and beyond have contributed to a terrifying year of disasters in the U.S.

Roddy Scheer and Doug Moss of the Jacksonville Journal-Courier explains how no single hurricane or weather event can be directly linked t

Julie Dermansky of the DeSmog Blog explains Pruitt's plans to debate climate science. 

Brady Dennis of the Washington Post explains how other Trump government entities have altered their language around global warming. 

Dr. Mann's latest interview with Thom Hartmann on The Big Picture.

Rebecca Leber & AJ Vicens of Mother Jones explains how the news in 2009 could have been a blueprint for 2016

Randy Showstack of the American Geophysical Union explains how there is still time to prevent dangerous climate change issues. 

Carolyn Gramling, of Science News Magazine, explains why many weather events turned extreme thanks to human-driven climate change. 

Dr. Mann participated in a panel discussion with other scientists to discuss how to respond to the global challenge of climate change. 

An AAUP Committee A report on threats to academic freedom in science, focused on international scholarly exchanged and climate science. 

Emily Atkin of The New Republic writes about how the nation's leader of the climate resistance is getting pummeled by global warming. 

Evan Halper of the Los Angeles Times explains a new threat approaching California. 

Rolf Schuttenheim of bits of science explains what happens if the sea ice completely disappears.

Dr. Mann appeared in the CNN Global Warming special where Clarissa Ward traveled to Greenland to examine how the melting ice sheet is affecting coastal sea levels.

Kyla Mandel of DeSmog UK explains how to work out what is legitimate scientific reporting and what is not.

Bill McKibbin in Rolling stone questions what it will take to get our politicians to seriously act on combating climate change.