2019 News

Kashmira Gander, writing for Newsweek, explains what scientists said about Donald Trump's solar and wind power criticism.

Michael Svoboda, writing for Yale Climate Connections, explains how eight theatrical releases connected with climate change in some way in 2018 - and none was a disaster movie.

Dan Satterfield  from the American Geophysical Union discusses the 20th birthday of the most iconic science image in the 20th Century. 

Steve Hanley, writing for Clean Technica, explains why Trumps Climate committee is a joke.

Matthew Rozsa, writing for Salon, explains how Trump's new EPA chief downplays the threat of climate change by pointing to clean drinking water.

Dr. Michael Mann has been included in Apolitical's inaugural list of the World's 100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy.

Dr. Michael Mann's opinion piece in The Guardian with Bob Ward.

Dr. Mann will be talking about Idai, record flooding & climate change with Paul Ross of talkRADIO.

Sophie Weiner, writing for Splinter News, explains how climate change is leading to devastating floods.

Maria Perez, for Newsweek, explains how climate change is making flooding worse. 

Joseph Romm, writing for Climate Progress, explains how the AP 'fact-check' of Beto O'Rourke is wrong. 

Olivia Rosane, for EcoWatch explains the historic flooding in the Midwest.

Mark Kaufman of Mashable explains all the ways climate change impacted the planet in 2019.

Nancy Gaarder, staff writer for Omaha World-Herald, explains how the weather is forcing devastating floods and blizzards. 

Dr. Mann's recent interview with Steve Curwood for Public Radio International's Living on Earth. 

Chris D'Angelo, writing for the Huffington Post, explains why more than 10 million people were reportedly under flood warnings on Friday.

E.A. Crunden writing for Think Progress explains why there is no doubt that climate change is the greatest issue of our time. 

Sami Grover, writing for Tree Hugger, explains how there is no way we can 'fix' climate change. 

Giff Witte, Luisa Beck, Brady Dennis, and Sarah Kaplan for The Washington Post explains why students are striking in the streets.