Nobel Peace Prize

Michael Mann Fought Climate Denial. Now He’s Fighting Climate Doom.

ONE AUGUST AFTERNOON IN 2010, Michael Mann was opening mail in his office at Penn State University when a dusting of white powder emerged from an envelope. At first he thought it was his imagination. “I figured maybe it’s just an old dingy envelope or something,” Mann recalled. His next thought: anthrax.  

From the Summer 2020 issue of California.
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