Chris Mooney

Chris Mooney is a science and political journalist, blogger, podcaster, experienced trainer of scientists in the art of communication, and the host of Climate Desk Live.

Climate & Energy

Obama takes his boldest step ever to fight climate change

The EPA is rolling out an ambitious plan to slash greenhouse gas emissions from power plants.

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Do you know better than a scientist? No — here’s why

Harry Collins, a founder of the field of "science studies," explains why we should listen to scientists on climate change, vaccines, and HIV-AIDS.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson destroys climate denial in this new video

The next episode of "Cosmos" will make the anti-science crowd's heads explode. Here's a preview.

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John Oliver and Bill Nye show why cable news climate “debates” are so ridiculous

Warning: If you watch this, you'll never be able to watch a climate debate again without rolling your eyes.

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Bill Nye keeps fighting the good fight, debates climate change on CNN

Deniers be warned: When you go up against an entertainer like Bill Nye the Science Guy, you may not only be refuted ... but it might also be pretty memorable.

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Finally, Neil deGrasse Tyson and “Cosmos” take on climate change

Looked at in the context of our planet's history, what we're doing to Earth appears dire indeed.

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How to convince conservative Christians that global warming is real

Millions of Americans are evangelical Christians. Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe is persuading them that our planet is in peril.

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How to use the Bible to save the planet

Aronofsky's "Noah" embraces a brand of faith-based environmentalism that's increasingly popular with young religious believers.

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If you were watching “Game of Thrones,” you missed Neil Tyson’s solution to global warming

This week's "Cosmos" explained how plants produce clean energy … and how our inferior energy technologies produce climate change.

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