News, Interviews & Commentaries
Jon Bowermaster of the Radio Kingston WKNY Green Radio Hour interviews Josh Fox, Robert Stone and Michael Mann about Michael Moore's misguided movie
Will Peischel depicts a big picture on this hurricane season for Mother Jones
Dr. Mann had an interview with MSNBC Live with Katy Tur. Below is the link to the abbreviated clip of the interview video.
Dr. Michael E. Mann interviews with Brad Friedman on the BRAD BLOG talking about today's multiple climate-fueled disasters and what we must do to solve them
Hannah Osborne for Newsweek sees new trend for future energy sources amid the pandemic.
Doyle Rice's article for USA TODAY
Dr Mann's interview with Doug Parsons of America Adapts - The Climate Change Podcast
The Penn State Earth Systems Science Center is predicting an active hurricane season with up to 24 named storms possible this year.
An interview with Leah Stokes with contributions from Michael Mann and Zeke Hausfather for Renewable Energy Magazine
Dr. Mann had a conversation with Josh Fox on The Young Turks.
Robin Whitlock for Rnewable Energy Magazine comments on Michael Moore's new film Plante of the Humans
Jason Samenow's article for The Washington Post analyzing the possibility of another early formation of tropical storm before the start of season.
Dr. Mann interviewed with Tom Hartmann on the Thom Hartmann Show.
Derick Lila comments on Michael Moore's new film for Pvbuzz Media.
Dr. Mann talking about the New Climate War at the European Geosciences Union (Starts at 1:03:15).
New York Time's article by Matthew Rosenberg and Jim Rutenberg linking climate skepticism to Covid-19 denialism.
Dr. Mann's latest commentary on Michael Moore's new film "Planet of the Humans" for Newsweek.
Bob Berwyn writes for InsideClimate News.
Dr. Mann is interviewed by Pete Dominick.
Alexandra Kelley writes for The Hill.
Dr. Mann is discussed in this article written by Peter Dykstra for Environmental Health News.
Richard Collett-White and Zak Derler write for DeSmog blog.
Dana Drugmand writes for DeSmog.
Steve Hanley writes for Red, Green, and Blue.
Josh Fox writes for The Nation magazine.
Emma Newburger writes for CNBC.
Steve Hanley writes for CleanTechnica.
Mark Kaufman writes for Mashable.
Zoya Teirstein writes for Grist.
Ollie Milman writes for The Guardian.
Michael Mann, distinguished professor of atmospheric sciences at Penn State, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, recognizing distinguished and continuing achievements in...
Dr. Mann and colleagues Daniel J. Brouillette and Michael Kozar release their forecast for the 2020 North Atlantic hurricane season.
Dr. Mann has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences.
Scott Nunn writes for the Star News in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Margaret Hetherman writes for Parenting magazine.
Dr. Mann participates in a panel discussion for Real News Network's YouTube Live program 'Stir Crazy!'.
Denise Chow writes for NBC News.
Dr. Mann is interviewed on the Lisa Show on BYU-Idaho Radio.
Article discussing Penn State's 'Stories of Human Impact' exhibit, to which Dr. Mann contributed, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
Ben Geman writes for Axios.
Tommy Christopher writes for Mediaite.
Long-format conversation with host Rose Aguilar, Naomi Oreskes, and Dr. Mann on NPR affiliate KALW in San Francisco about the defining challenge of our time as we approach Earth...
Dr. Mann provides comment in this article in the Orlando Sentinel written by Kevin Spear.
Dr. Mann writes a précis for his soon-to-be-published book by the same name for Skeptical Inquirer.
Genevieve Wright writes for the Sydney Environment Institute in Australia.
Dr. Mann speaks with Bree Guy of WJAC-TV News in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
Chloe Johnson writes for The Post and Courier in Charleston, South Carolina.
Marianne Lavelle writes for InsideClimate News.
Dr. Mann is interviewed by Marty Moss-Coane for the Radio Times program on WHYY public radio in Philadelphia.
Dr. Mann, recipient of the 2019 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement, makes some comments about the role of scientists in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.