Michael Mann

Michael Mann

Michael Mann is Distinguished Professor of Meteorology at Penn State University. He was recognized with other Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change authors for their contribution to the IPCC's 2007 Nobel Peace Prize. Follow him @MichaelEMann

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Focusing on policies that incentivize corporate environmental stewardship will force us to work together and cross political, racial and religious lines. (Photo: 350.org/Flickr/cc) Views
Monday, June 03, 2019
You Can't Save the Climate By Going Vegan. Corporate Polluters Must be Held Accountable.
“People start pollution. People can stop it.” That was the tag line of the famous “ Crying Indian ” ad campaign that first aired on Earth Day in 1971. It was, as it turns out, a charade . Not only was “ Iron Eyes Cody ” actually an Italian-American actor, the campaign itself successfully shifted...
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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Water’s Rising Because It’s Getting Warmer
Would the Journal run the op-ed “ Objects Are Falling, but Not Because of Gravity ”? That’s pretty similar to climate contrarian Fred Singer saying The Sea Is Rising, but Not Because of Climate Change ” (op-ed, May 16). No, ice is not accumulating on Earth—it is melting. No, Antarctica isn’t too...
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Describing our study, one journalist summarized our key finding as "a snowball’s chance in hell that this was natural."(Photo: Oil Change International/Twitter) Views
Monday, January 29, 2018
Climate Change Denial in the Age of Trump
With a climate change denier in the White House, climate denialism has reached a new low point in America. Indeed, my co-author Tom Toles and I have devoted a whole new chapter to the matter ("Return to the Madhouse: Climate Change Denial in the Age of Trump") in the new paperback edition of our...
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Monday, July 10, 2017
Fear Won't Save Us: Putting a Check on Climate Doom
Since this New York Magazine article ("The Uninhabitable Earth" by David Wallace-Wells) is getting so much play since it was published on Sunday, I figured I should comment on it, especially as I was interviewed by the author (though not quoted or mentioned). "The evidence that climate change is a...
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Friday, January 31, 2014
Approving Keystone XL Could Be the Biggest Mistake of Obama's Presidency
I have made my position on the Keystone XL pipeline quite clear .
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