Erin Chapman said: Science journalist Chris Mooney explains why we can't always handle the truth when it comes to scientific facts.
In the current issue of Mother Jones, author and science journalist Chris Mooney looks at why charts and graphs are less persuasive than old fashioned charisma. Need to Know sat down with Mooney to discuss how our emotions are influencing our politics.
Lisa Hymas said: Greenwashing is out, brownwashing is in. These days, GOP politicians are scrambling to distance themselves from past environment-friendly statements, initiatives, and votes.
Kiera Butler said: Australian climate scientists are under assault for their work. Their American counterparts know the feeling all too well.
Kiera Butler said: Has Mitt blown his presidential chances by admitting he believes in climate change?
Kiera Butler said: A new study puts a hefty price tag on climate change by linking it to the air you breathe.
A rare but deadly fungal disease once known only in tropical climates is infecting people in the Pacific Northwest -- and researchers say climate change may be why.
Kiera Butler said: The island nation decides that a coal plant halfway across the world has everything to do with their fragile island country's health.
Lisa Hymas said: The most prominent Republican voice for climate action is now in the (hound)doghouse. If you're as revolted as I am, you might be tempted to toss the bum permanently overboard -- but can we afford to?