2017 News

Brian Kahn of Climate Central discusses a new report that shows greenhouse gases' influence on the climate has increased 40 percent since 1990.

Graham Readfern for The Guardian explains how as a Trump appointee  pushes for televised slanging match, a New York magazine cover story sparks a different debate. 

John Timmer from arstechnica.com explains why scientists are arguing against worst case scenarios of climate change. 

David Templeton of The Pittsburgh Post Gazette explains how a Delaware-sized ice mass from Antartica shows a process is in place to double the rise in sea levels by the end of the century. 

Read this op-ed in The Washington Post by Michael Mann, Susan Joy Hassol and Tom Toles.

Graham LLoyd, writer for The Australian, explains how some climate models were wrong are need to be updated to better reflect the results of satellite temperature measurements and other changes over the past two decades.

Alexander C. Kaufman and Chris D'Angelo of Huffington Post explain why many scientists, former agency officials, and House Democrats are not excited for the new program.

Samantha Page explains why Trump's Energy Week is not working scientists.

Andrew Kreighbaum of Inside Higher Ed discusses how professors and others withs cience backgrounds are running for Congress, to try and reverse Trump and Republican leaders policies.

Gavin Bade, writing for Utility Dive, explains how EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt will use 'red team, blue team' exercises to conduct a lengthy review of climate science. 

Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer for U.S. News writes about an extensive first-of-its-kind study says global warming is likely to hit southern and poorer US counties harder.

Dr. Mann joins Christiana Figueres and colleagues in setting urgent milestones to bend global carbon emissions down by 2020.

Ian Johnston of The Independent explains why experts say the world only has three years to start making significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. 

Jim Renwick at Hot Topic NZ discusses why we should disregard false prophecies of unavoidable doom that are based on bad science and misguided principles.

Dr. Mann joins Christopher Wright in talking climate science and politics with Dr. Karl Kruszelnicki in latest episode of Shirtloads Of Science.

Alexander Charles Kaufman of Huffington Post discusses how the billionaire GOP megadonor embraces climate science just enough to not sound like an extremist.

Natasha Geiling of Think Progress discusses how the daily news email is compiled by an outside firm and sent to members and staff as a resource. 

Dr. Mann's interview with Roundhouse Radio on The Madhouse Effect and more.

Dr. Mann's Letter to the Editor in the Findlay Courier.