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ScienceBlogs
Rebecca Otto’s Clean Energy Plan for MinnesotaPaul Douglas, by Bill McKibben of 350.org, St Thomas scientist and energy exper
ScienceBlogs / Posted 5 days ago
Paul Douglas, by Bill McKibben of 350.org, St Thomas scientist and energy expert John Abraham, and by climate scientist Michael Mann. I’ve got more to say about this plan and related topics, so stay tuned. Here’s a video of Rebecca Otto... Read more
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Broomfield Enterprise
Denying climate science does not support conservative valuesincreased costs, and increased taxes. Cases in point: Hurricanes intensified b
Broomfield Enterprise / Posted 7 days ago
increased costs, and increased taxes. Cases in point: Hurricanes intensified by climate change (climate scientist Michael Mann comments), wildfires throughout the west increased by climate change,... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Climate Change is Happening -- the Time to Act is Now. CategoryAgain, that’s never happened before. Is this what climate change scientists pr
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 8 days ago
Again, that’s never happened before. Is this what climate change scientists predicted? Yes, climate scientists such as Michael Mann at Penn State states, "The science is now fairly clear that climate change will make stronger storms stronger."... Read more
14d
Canberra Times
Five big global crises that got worse while the world watched Hurricane Irmahowever, the science had moved on, so that we now can attribute individual even
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
however, the science had moved on, so that we now can attribute individual events in a probabilistic sense," according to Michael Mann, Thomas Peterson and Susan Joy Hassal. "We know that the strongest storms are getting stronger, with roughly 8... Read more
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The Age
Five big global crises that got worse while the world watched Hurricane Irmahowever, the science had moved on, so that we now can attribute individual even
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
however, the science had moved on, so that we now can attribute individual events in a probabilistic sense," according to Michael Mann, Thomas Peterson and Susan Joy Hassal. "We know that the strongest storms are getting stronger, with roughly 8... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Five big global crises that got worse while the world watched Hurricane Irmahowever, the science had moved on, so that we now can attribute individual even
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
however, the science had moved on, so that we now can attribute individual events in a probabilistic sense," according to Michael Mann, Thomas Peterson and Susan Joy Hassal. "We know that the strongest storms are getting stronger, with roughly 8... Read more
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walesonline
Monday, September 11, 2017its terrible consequences. Respected climate experts, such as the Potsdam Inst
walesonline / Posted 14 days ago
its terrible consequences. Respected climate experts, such as the Potsdam Institute in Germany and US climatologist Michael Mann, have voiced passionate conviction that Hurricane Harvey’s dreadful impact was most likely exacerbated by... Read more
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walesonline
Monday, September 11, 2017its terrible consequences. Respected climate experts, such as the Potsdam Insti
walesonline / Posted 14 days ago
its terrible consequences. Respected climate experts, such as the Potsdam Institute in Germany and US climatologist Michael Mann, have voiced passionate conviction that Harvey’s dreadful impact was most likely exacerbated by climate... Read more
15d
Bangor Daily News
How Hurricane Irma became the second-strongest Atlantic hurricane on recorda warmer ocean will be able to bring in more moisture over land — increasing th
Bangor Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
a warmer ocean will be able to bring in more moisture over land — increasing the chances of heavier rainfall and flooding. Michael Mann, a climate scientist at Pennsylvania State University, wrote about this in an op-ed after Hurricane Harvey hit... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
September 10, 2017leadership and action from our government to address the factors that worsened
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
leadership and action from our government to address the factors that worsened the flooding from Harvey — climate change. Michael Mann, a distinguished professor of atmospheric science at Pennsylvania State University, explains the cause-effect of... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
How Hurricane Irma became the second-strongest Atlantic hurricane on record; a question and answera warmer ocean will be able to bring in more moisture over land — increasing th
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 15 days ago
a warmer ocean will be able to bring in more moisture over land — increasing the chances of heavier rainfall and flooding. Michael Mann, a climate scientist at Pennsylvania State University, wrote about this in an op-ed after Hurricane Harvey hit... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Don’t blame hurricanes Irma and Harvey on climate change?Says Alan Reynolds in Newsweek, although originally at Cato. But Michael Mann s
ScienceBlogs / Posted 15 days ago
Says Alan Reynolds in Newsweek, although originally at Cato. But Michael Mann says he wants you to let @Newsweek know what you think about them running Koch-funded Cato Institute climate denial propaganda. But I only care because someone called... Read more
17d
KPBS San Diego
Hurricanes Are Sweeping The Atlantic. What's The Role Of Climate Change?and gathering strength. Is this what climate change scientists predicted? In
KPBS San Diego / Posted 17 days ago
and gathering strength. Is this what climate change scientists predicted? In a word, yes. Climate scientists such as Michael Mann at Penn State says, "The science is now fairly clear that climate change will make stronger storms stronger." Or... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Hurricanes Are Sweeping The Atlantic. What's The Role Of Climate Change?Irma, and gathering strength. Is this what climate change scientists predicted
KERA North Texas / Posted 17 days ago
Irma, and gathering strength. Is this what climate change scientists predicted? In a word, yes. Climate scientists like Michael Mann at Penn State says, "The science is now fairly clear that climate change will make stronger storms stronger." Or... Read more
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17d
San Francisco Chronicle
Is climate change wreaking weather havoc? Evolving science seeks answerswe are able to do is calculate the statistical probabilities.” Some researcher
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
we are able to do is calculate the statistical probabilities.” Some researchers say they’ve begun to go even further. Michael Mann, a professor of atmospheric science at Pennsylvania State University, published a paper in March describing a... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Did climate change cause the heat wave? The hurricanes? An evolving science seeks answerswe are able to do is calculate the statistical probabilities.” Some researcher
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 17 days ago
we are able to do is calculate the statistical probabilities.” Some researchers say they’ve begun to go even further. Michael Mann, a professor of atmospheric science at Pennsylvania State University, published a paper in March describing a... Read more
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York Daily Record
How much storm damage will it take to convince Rep. Perry?appears that climate change contributes to extreme weather. The science is set
York Daily Record / Posted 17 days ago
appears that climate change contributes to extreme weather. The science is settled on that point. Researchers, including Michael Mann, distinguished professor of atmospheric science and director of Penn State's Earth System Science Center, have... Read more
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18d
The Hindu
Development must be climate-smartclimate signature to show that it was due to warming of the earth. On the other
The Hindu / Posted 18 days ago
climate signature to show that it was due to warming of the earth. On the other hand, with regard to Hurricane Harvey, Michael Mann, a well-known climate scientist, wrote in The Guardian that climate change made the impact much worse, because... Read more
19d
Orlando Sentinel
Will future storms will be worse than Harvey? The debate over climate and hurricanesstudies are the way to go. "I think they provide at best a limited view of the
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
studies are the way to go. "I think they provide at best a limited view of the climate connections," said Penn State's Michael Mann by email. "Simple physics (effect of [sea-level rise] on storm surge) and simple thermodynamics (i.e.... Read more
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19d
Marin Independent Journal
Girls volleyball: Team-by-team preview capsules for every Marin squadas we possibly can be. It’s really exciting to inherit a program that has so mu
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 19 days ago
as we possibly can be. It’s really exciting to inherit a program that has so much depth and talent.” SAN MARIN Coach: Michael Mann (new) Last season: 16-15, 5-9 (tied for sixth in MCAL) Outlook: New coach Mann takes over for the Mustangs... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
September 5, 2017leadership and action from our government to address the factors that worsened
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
leadership and action from our government to address the factors that worsened the flooding from Harvey – climate change. Michael Mann, a distinguished professor of atmospheric science at Pennsylvania State University, explains the cause-effect of... Read more
20d
Kansas City InfoZine
Global Warming and Hurricane Harveyon and around southeast Texas for nearly four days suggests a climate connectio
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 20 days ago
on and around southeast Texas for nearly four days suggests a climate connection: A recent report from climate scientist Michael Mann suggests that near-stationary summer weather patterns are more common in a warmer world. But others think we... Read more
21d
Op-Ed News
Climate Breakdowna tropical storm until it went over the warm Gulf of Mexico and grew into a hur
Op-Ed News / Posted 21 days ago
a tropical storm until it went over the warm Gulf of Mexico and grew into a hurricane with record rainfall. Climate expert Michael Mann explains that warmer water resulted in greater moisture being absorbed, more rain and more flooding. Sea level... Read more
21d
Salon.com
Three things we just learned about climate change and big storms: Can the lessons of Harvey save us?about extreme weather and climate change. To see what’s wrong with this questio
Salon.com / Posted 21 days ago
about extreme weather and climate change. To see what’s wrong with this question, consider what leading climate scientist Michael Mann wrote for the Guardian: “It’s a fact: climate change made Hurricane Harvey more deadly,” in which he cites... Read more
22d
The Age
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Trashing of loyalty means this shopper won't be coming backto read the scientific basis on which David Pope claims "Hurricane Harvey was t
The Age / Posted 22 days ago
to read the scientific basis on which David Pope claims "Hurricane Harvey was the result of climate change" (August 30). Michael Mann, a distinguished professor of atmospheric science at Penn State University, states that climate change was not... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra Times Letters to the Editor: Trashing of loyalty means this shopper won't be coming backto read the scientific basis on which David Pope claims "Hurricane Harvey was t
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 22 days ago
to read the scientific basis on which David Pope claims "Hurricane Harvey was the result of climate change" (August 30). Michael Mann, a distinguished professor of atmospheric science at Penn State University, states that climate change was not... Read more
22d
The Morning Call
Will future storms will be worse than Harvey? The debate over climate and hurricanesstudies are the way to go. "I think they provide at best a limited view of the
The Morning Call / Posted 22 days ago
studies are the way to go. "I think they provide at best a limited view of the climate connections," said Penn State's Michael Mann by email. "Simple physics (effect of [sea-level rise] on storm surge) and simple thermodynamics (i.e.... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Will future storms will be worse than Harvey? The debate over climate and hurricanesstudies are the way to go. "I think they provide at best a limited view of the
Chicago Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
studies are the way to go. "I think they provide at best a limited view of the climate connections," said Penn State's Michael Mann by email. "Simple physics (effect of [sea-level rise] on storm surge) and simple thermodynamics (i.e.... Read more
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22d
Sun-Sentinel
Will future storms will be worse than Harvey? The debate over climate and hurricanesstudies are the way to go. "I think they provide at best a limited view of the
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
studies are the way to go. "I think they provide at best a limited view of the climate connections," said Penn State's Michael Mann by email. "Simple physics (effect of [sea-level rise] on storm surge) and simple thermodynamics (i.e.... Read more
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24d
ScienceBlogs
New Research on Assessing Climate Change Impact on Extreme Weathereffects of anthropogenic global warming, and there may be another really nasty
ScienceBlogs / Posted 24 days ago
effects of anthropogenic global warming, and there may be another really nasty hurricane coming (Irma). The other is that Michael Mann, Elisabeth Lloyd and Naomi Oreskes have just published a paper that examines so-called frequentist vs so-called... Read more
25d
Variety
Content Media Nabs Jean-Baptiste Thoret’s Toronto-Bound Documentary ‘We Blew It’’60s and ’70s inadvertently led to the election of President Donald Trump, feat
Variety / Posted 25 days ago
’60s and ’70s inadvertently led to the election of President Donald Trump, features entertainment industry figures such as Michael Mann, Peter Bogdanovich, Tobe Hooper, Paul Schrader, Fred Williamson, James Toback, Jerry Schatzberg and Bob... Read more
25d
The Columbian
Robinson: Harvey a vivid illustration of climate-change dangersbut Harvey was able to gain strength, making landfall as a Category 4 storm. A
The Columbian / Posted 25 days ago
but Harvey was able to gain strength, making landfall as a Category 4 storm. According to Penn State University professor Michael Mann, one of the world’s leading experts on climate change, Harvey’s unprecedented rainfall totals were likely... Read more
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Philly.com
Five reasons Harvey has been so destructive - it's not only about climate changedegrees warmer than normal for this time of year, according to Weather Undergro
Philly.com / Posted 25 days ago
degrees warmer than normal for this time of year, according to Weather Underground. Warmer water is fuel for hurricanes. Michael Mann, a prominent climate scientist at Pennsylvania State University, wrote on Facebook that warmer waters accounted... Read more
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SaukValley.com
Catastrophic storms, once rare, are almost routine; Is climate change to blame?say. For example, rising ocean temperatures could be making storms like Harvey
SaukValley.com / Posted 25 days ago
say. For example, rising ocean temperatures could be making storms like Harvey bigger than they would be otherwise, said Michael Mann, a climate scientist at Pennsylvania State University. That’s because as the ocean’s surface temperature rises,... Read more
25d
The Hill
Trump’s climate policy legacy will be making disasters like Harvey worsefoot higher and water temperatures roughly 1 degree warmer than just a couple d
The Hill / Posted 25 days ago
foot higher and water temperatures roughly 1 degree warmer than just a couple decades ago, according to climate scientist Michael Mann. It’s hard to deny those two factors increased Harvey’s impact. Nearly every nation and nearly every scientist... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Boulder scientists eye linkage between Harvey, climate changethan it otherwise would be," Trenberth wrote. The discussion has gone well bey
Colorado Daily / Posted 25 days ago
than it otherwise would be," Trenberth wrote. The discussion has gone well beyond the Boulder climate science community. Michael Mann, distinguished professor of atmospheric science at Pennsylvania State University, made a similar case in a piece... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Eugene Robinson: Pay heed to what nature is telling usbut Harvey was able to gain strength, making landfall as a Category 4 storm. Ac
OregonLive.com / Posted 26 days ago
but Harvey was able to gain strength, making landfall as a Category 4 storm. According to Penn State University professor Michael Mann, one of the world's leading experts on climate change, Harvey's unprecedented rainfall totals were likely... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Boulder scientists eye linkage between Harvey, climate changethan it otherwise would be," Trenberth wrote. The discussion has gone well bey
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 26 days ago
than it otherwise would be," Trenberth wrote. The discussion has gone well beyond the Boulder climate science community. Michael Mann, distinguished professor of atmospheric science at Pennsylvania State University, made a similar case in a piece... Read more
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Gulf News
Conservative groups shrug off link between US hurricane, climate changetropical storm as further evidence of the dangers of climate change, with Penn
Gulf News / Posted 26 days ago
tropical storm as further evidence of the dangers of climate change, with Penn State University professor of meteorology Michael Mann stating that warming temperatures “worsened the impact” of the storm, heightening the risk to life and... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Harvey may have caught Texas by surprise, but other places have been getting ready for more extreme weathermore intense than it would have been in the absence of human-caused [global] wa
KERA North Texas / Posted 26 days ago
more intense than it would have been in the absence of human-caused [global] warming,” writes leading atmospheric scientist Michael Mann, of Penn State University. It’s a variation of an increasingly common story around the world, and it comes down... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
In Harvey, nature is telling us somethingbut Harvey was able to gain strength, making landfall as a Category 4 storm. Ac
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 26 days ago
but Harvey was able to gain strength, making landfall as a Category 4 storm. According to Penn State University professor Michael Mann, one of the world’s leading experts on climate change, Harvey’s unprecedented rainfall totals were likely... Read more
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27d
EuroNews
Global Warming's Role In Harvey's Huge Rainfallfrom 3 to 7 percent. "That large amount of moisture meant the potential for mu
EuroNews / Posted 27 days ago
from 3 to 7 percent. "That large amount of moisture meant the potential for much greater rainfalls and greater flooding," Michael Mann, a professor of atmospheric science at Penn State University, wrote on his Facebook page. The increased wetness... Read more
27d
Kingston Daily Freeman
EUGENE ROBINSON: Nature is talking; will we listen?but Harvey was able to gain strength, making landfall as a Category 4 storm. Ac
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 27 days ago
but Harvey was able to gain strength, making landfall as a Category 4 storm. According to Penn State University professor Michael Mann, one of the world’s leading experts on climate change, Harvey’s unprecedented rainfall totals were likely... Read more
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27d
Boston Globe
Hurricane Harvey and the inevitable question of climate changea warmer climate makes storms more intense before they make landfall. Universi
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
a warmer climate makes storms more intense before they make landfall. University of Pennsylvania climate scientist Michael Mann also pointed to the influence of human-caused climate change on the storm’s unusual movement. Unlike most... Read more
27d
The Hill
Harvey adds new urgency to climate change debatehave been in the absence of human-caused warming, which means stronger winds, m
The Hill / Posted 27 days ago
have been in the absence of human-caused warming, which means stronger winds, more wind damage and a larger storm surge,” Michael Mann, an atmospheric scientist at Penn State University, wrote in the Guardian on Monday. Kevin Trenberth, a senior... Read more
27d
ScienceBlogs
Harvey The Hurricane: Truly Climate Change Enhanceda fiction, something seen by a few but that is no more real than the above depi
ScienceBlogs / Posted 27 days ago
a fiction, something seen by a few but that is no more real than the above depicted unicorn. As I was writing this post, Michael Mann posted an item in the Guardian that makes this case. Sea level rise attributable to climate change – some of... Read more
28d
Canberra Times
Houston, you have a problem, and some of it of your own makingrising globally – at about 3.4 millimetres a year – as glaciers and land-based
Canberra Times / Posted 28 days ago
rising globally – at about 3.4 millimetres a year – as glaciers and land-based ice sheets melt, and warming oceans expand. Michael Mann, a prominent US climate scientist based at Pennsylvania State University, noted in a Facebook post how unusually... Read more
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WA Today
Houston, you have a problem, and some of it of your own makingrising globally – at about 3.4 millimetres a year – as glaciers and land-based
WA Today / Posted 28 days ago
rising globally – at about 3.4 millimetres a year – as glaciers and land-based ice sheets melt, and warming oceans expand. Michael Mann, a prominent US climate scientist based at Pennsylvania State University, noted in a Facebook post how unusually... Read more
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The Age
Houston, you have a problem, and some of it of your own makingrising globally – at about 3.4 millimetres a year – as glaciers and land-based
The Age / Posted 28 days ago
rising globally – at about 3.4 millimetres a year – as glaciers and land-based ice sheets melt, and warming oceans expand. Michael Mann, a prominent US climate scientist based at Pennsylvania State University, noted in a Facebook post how unusually... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Houston, you have a problem, and some of it of your own makingrising globally – at about 3.4 millimetres a year – as glaciers and land-based
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 28 days ago
rising globally – at about 3.4 millimetres a year – as glaciers and land-based ice sheets melt, and warming oceans expand. Michael Mann, a prominent US climate scientist based at Pennsylvania State University, noted in a Facebook post how unusually... Read more
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