Jeremy Schulman

Jeremy Schulman is based in Mother Jones' Washington bureau and is senior project manager for Climate Desk.

Climate & Energy

Jeb Bush had some surprising things to say about energy subsidies

The problem with universally condemning energy subsidies is that they're not all the same.

Politics

Mike Huckabee can’t make up his mind about ethanol

The GOP presidential hopeful has been a vocal supporter of the ethanol industry -- except when he bashes it.

Science

This geoengineering scheme could halt climate change — but it’s probably a terrible idea

Scientist Ken Caldeira explains.

Living

We’ll need more vaccines in a warming world

Climate change could make deadly diseases like rotavirus even worse.

Climate & Energy

Was 2014 really the hottest? Here’s why it doesn’t matter

Instead of getting stuck on annual heat records, we need to focus on the trend of global warming.

Climate & Energy

TV networks now cover climate change, but they’re doing it wrong

According to a new study, the major broadcast news networks are covering climate change more than they have in years. The bad news: A lot of it is misleading and unscientific.

Climate & Energy

No, GOP hopefuls, the blizzard doesn’t mean climate change is a hoax

Weather is not climate.

Climate & Energy

Senator clears humans of climate change using acclaimed scientific journal

Watch Sen. James Inhofe cite the Bible to prove that humans aren't causing climate change.

Climate & Energy

The hottest year ever, in 5 charts

The Earth keeps getting warmer, and we're to blame.