- The Capital Green Scene interview: Dr. Michael Mann (July 29, 2011)
WVCR's Capital Green Scene interviewed Dr. Michael Mann about the "hockey stick" graph and the rest of his research on climate change. He also discusses the attacks on climate change research and researchers over the last several years.
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- Could climate change have led to the fall of Rome? (January 22, 2011)
ESSC director Dr. Michael Mann recently appeared on NPR's All Things Considered to discuss a recent Science article. The article, written by a team of Swiss scientists, used tree-ring data to show that the end of the Roman Empire coincided with a period of changes in the climate system. Dr. Mann comments on the study and how scientists are able to reconstruct past climates using tree-ring data.
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- Dr. Michael Mann appears CBC with George Stroumboulopoulos (November 13, 2010)
Dr. Michael Mann recently appeared on CBC's George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight in a piece about climate change and polar bears. Dr. Mann spent 5 days in Churchill in mid-November 2010 working with Polar Bears International.
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- Polar Bears, Climate Change, and How Each of Us Can Help (November 12, 2010)
ESSC director Dr. Michael Mann recently appeared in this webcast for Polar Bears International (starts at 0:38). Panelists are Dr. Steven C. Amstrup, Dr. Michael Mann, Raine Maida, Chantal Kreviazuk, and George Stroumboulopoulos.
- Interviews with ESSC Director Michael E. Mann (July 2010)
Dr. Michael Mann gave several interviews recently about the final findings of two lengthy investigations into his conduct and that of his colleagues. Both recent reports revealed that nothing improper was done by either Mann or his colleagues.
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- Climate Scientists Claim 'McCarthy-Like Threats,' Say They Face Intimidation, Ominous E-Mails (May 23, 2010)
ABC News correspondent Dan Harris reports on e-mail and other threats that climate scientists have received recently at the hands of those looking to chill the discourse on climate change. ESSC director Dr. Michael Mann is interviewed for the story. Read more>>
- Mann interviewed on ABC's Nightline (April 22, 2010)
ABC's Nightline devoted some of their coverage on Earth Day to the controversy between the beliefs of television weather forecasters and meteorologists and the research of climate scientists. Dr. Michael Mann concedes that climate scientists have not typically had the visibility and influence of a broadcast meteorologist, and scientists should do a better job of representing their work in the public discourse on climate change.
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- Explorations in Science (audio only; January 26, 2010)
Dr. Michael Mann discusses his book, Dire Predictions, with Dr. Michio Kaku.
- Ideas on the Edge (audio only)
- More Copenhagen previews and the stolen e-mail controversy (December 2009)
NPR's On Point with Tom Ashbrook:Dr. Michael Mann joins Juliet Eilperin from the Washington Post, and Carroll Doherty from the Pew Research Center for People and the Press to discuss the upcoming climate summit, recent public opinion polls on climate change, and the release of climate scientists' e-mail conversations.
CNN's Campbell Brown: Brooke Baldwin talks to Dr. Michael Mann and others about controversial stolen e-mails.
- The Diane Rehm Show: Copenhagen Preview (November 30, 2009)
ESSC director Dr. Michael Mann appeared with policy experts and reporters on WAMU's The Diane Rehm Show. The show focused on the upcoming climate summit in Copenhagen, Denmark as well as recent news in climate science and policy.
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- Nature article estimates Atlantic hurricanes and climate over the past 1,500 years (August 2009)
ESSC director Dr. Michael Mann and his colleagues have recently published a paper in Naturetitled, "Atlantic Hurricanes and climate over the Past 1500 Years." This article details their work in reconstructing the North Atlantic tropical system record for the past 1,500 years using a combination of sedimentary records and statistical models of the El Niño/Southern Oscillation, tropical Atlantic sea surface temperatures and the North Atlantic Oscillation.
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NPR's All Things Considered interviews Dr. Mann >>
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- Climate change show features Penn State faculty (February 28, 2009)
Dr. Michael Mann and Dr. Richard Alley were both interviewed for a program called "How do we know? Physics, Forcings, and Fingerprints," which is part of the National Science Foundation's "To What Degree? What Science is Telling Us About Climate Change" series on the Research Channel.
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- Accu-Weather's Headline: Earth profiles Dr. Michael Mann (April 2007)
Accu-Weather's Global Warming Center hosts blogs and videos about the latest climate change headlines and interviews prominent scientists. Watch this week's video clip to see an interview with Dr. Michael Mann.
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- Is Warm January a Sign of Good Luck, or Bad Times? (January 10, 2007)
Robert Seigel from NPR's All Things Considered interviews Dr. Michael Mann on the causes of the unseasonably warm winter and warmest year ever. Dr. Mann discusses how blaming the warm winter solely on El Nino may not be painting a complete or accurate picture of the climate.
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- Global Warming report (CBS News, 1998)
Dr. Michael E. Mann comments on his 1998 study showing warming temperatures.