Jeremy Schulman

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

election 2016

A state-by-state guide to climate on the ballot

Read about the races that will impact our climate future.

laissez faire enough

Gary Johnson on climate: Eh, the sun will destroy the planet eventually anyway

The Libertarian candidate believes global warming is a moot point.


Climate denial doesn’t totally suck in Northeast primary states

A small majority of Northeast residents embraces the scientific consensus.


Obama blasts GOP candidates for denying climate change — and says Trump won’t be president

At a press conference on Tuesday, the president said the international community is troubled by Republicans’ refusal to act against climate change.

Climate & Energy

Why a climate change denier will almost certainly win the GOP primary in New Hampshire

Will Trump, Rubio, and Cruz's extreme views on climate hurt them in New Hampshire? Probably not.

Climate & Energy

From Halliburton to Walmart, these big corporations will make money off of climate change

These companies aren't rooting for catastrophic warming -- but they are thinking about the business opportunities that could result.


The GOP primary just got a little less sane on climate change

Lindsey Graham was one of the few Republicans contenders with a reasonable position on climate change. He just dropped out.

The Paris climate talks: Yes oui can!

Obama calls Paris climate agreement “a turning point for the world”

Is this the moment when the rise of the oceans begins to slow?

Climate & Energy

Chris Christie says “hell no” to American leadership on climate change

The presidential candidate criticized Obama for supposedly prioritizing climate change over the fight against ISIS.