2017 News

Seth Borenstein of Associated Press explains how U.S. meteorologists are saying that this year will tie the record for most billion-dollar weather disasters in the country. 

Christian Fullmer's commentary in The Review on remaining environmentally concious. 

Joseph Romm of Climate preogress expalins the weather and climate records that September broke.

Park Labrea News Beverly Press announces the La Brea Tar Pits Museum climate change series

Safiya Merchant of The University of Michigan announces that Michael E. Mann will take on those who deny climate change during the Lecture on Academic and Intellectual Freedom.

Michael Mann's interview with Sam Seder on The Ring of Fire radio 

Gabriel J Popkin for American Geophysical Union explains why climate researchers are avoiding publicizing their results.

Dr. Mann, distinguished professor of atmospheric science and director of Earth System Science Center, will receive the James H. Shea Award for climate science writing.

Joe lauria of Consortium News. During Hurricane Harvey, a story questioning the wisdom of putting a biocontainment lab on vulnerable Galveston island revealed not only that public hazard but the failure of today’s corporate media, reports Joe Lauria.

Jeremy Deaton, writer for Eco Watch, explains climate change denial in the U.S. and the silencing of climate scientists. 

Laurence Coustal of AFP News explains French President Emmanuel Macron's new 30-milion-euro campaign "Make Climate Great Again".

Dr. Mann received the National Association of Geoscience Teachers James H. Shea Award for climate science communication.

Steve Hanley, writer for Clean Technica, explains the abnormally warm temperatures occurring in the Northeast.

Tom McKay of Gizmodo, explains the heatwave experienced by much of the country this fall. 

Piper Townsend of The Vermont Cynic explains the science behind natural disasters

Joseph Romm of Climate Progress explains why scientists were shocked by the heat wave in late September. 

Reynard Loki, writer for AlterNet, questions how many more climate change fueled disasters need to occur before the public takes action.

Joseph Romm of Climate Progress explains the widely misreported study that finds only immediate and deep cuts into carbon pollution can avert a climate catostrophe.