2018 News

Dr. Mann's "Hockey Stick" interview with CBS correspondent John Roberts back on Earth Day April 22, 1998.

Bob Collins of MPR News explains the history of the "hockey stick" graph.

Dr. Mann's commentary in the Scientific American on the 20th anniversary of the graph that changed climate science.

Rachel Paul of The California Aggie explains how there are signs of spring coming earlier at higher latitudes.

Donte Gibson of A Plus explains how there are still ways to combat climate change.

Greta Jochem of Grist explains how 78 percent of Americans believe schools should teach kids about global warming.

Joseph Romm of Think Progress and Climate Progress explains why a slowing Gulf Stream system means catastrophic East Coast flooding will get worse. 

Check out Dr. Mann's interview with Pete Dominick on Sirius XM Radio Stand Up with Pete Dominick. 

Jesse Nichols and Eve Andrews, of Grist, created an amazing video where they read Dr. Mann's book to a class of real live 7-year-olds.

India Bourke of The New Statesman explains how there is a disparity between the bear's idealized portrayal, and the messy reality of its warming world.

David Spratt, writing for Renew Economy explains how a global warming of 1.5 degrees Celsius is likely just a decade away according to a number of recent studies.

Sam Smith from The New Political explains that there are two fundamental truths about climate change that cannot be died. This opinion piece was written as a reflection on Dr. Mann's March 28 lecture at the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.

Maggie Prosser of The New Political discusses Dr. Mann's event at the Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.

Becca King of The Athens News explains how an acclaimed and often critic of climate-change spoke at Ohio University.

Mark Urycki of Idea Stream writes about Dr. Mann's latest lecture at the City Club of Cleveland.

Dana Nuccitelli writes about climate scientists recent comment on Millar et al in Nature Geoscience. 

Check out Dr. Mann's new interview with Tom Hodson of WOUB Public Media in Athens Ohio.

Laura Geggel of Live Science explains why a group of scientists are proposing that kitchen table salt be used to help slow climate change through a rather unusual technique.

Climate Denier Roundup explains Pielke Jr.'s words on climate science.