Chris Mooney

Washington Post

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Reporter Chris Mooney covers science and the environment for the Washington Post. A former Knight Fellow in Science Journalism at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he is co-author of Unscientific America: How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens Our Future.

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Climate scientists say the  Paris Agreement  on greenhouse emissions may offer the last, best chance to slow global warming.

Donald Trump and the fate of the planet

Climate scientists say the Paris Agreement on greenhouse emissions may offer the last, best chance to slow global warming.

from To the Point

Climate change is a big part of Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic platform. Donald Trump and the GOP call it a hoax with no basis in science.

Climate Change: Politics and Reality

Climate change is a big part of Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic platform. Donald Trump and the GOP call it a hoax with no basis in science.

from To the Point

Pre-eminent climate scientist James Hansen has published a new paper. Spoiler alert: It’s not good news.

A Dire Report on Climate Change

Pre-eminent climate scientist James Hansen has published a new paper. Spoiler alert: It’s not good news.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

After Tuesday’s mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that took the lives of 19 students and two educators, LA’s Rabbi Steve Leder explains why there’s still hope in this dark moment.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Indica, sativa and hybrid may not be the best way to label weed. The most common system to categorize marijuana is misleading consumers, according to a new stud

from KCRW Features

The polls may close at 8 p.m. tonight, but remember: In California elections, this is just the beginning.

from News Stories

A new book documents the extent to which American prosperity is founded on immigration—and raises questions about how we treat immigrants today.

from Scheer Intelligence

The Supreme Court has struck down Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case establishing a nationwide right to an abortion. Now - millions of Americans will lose access to abortion care.

Record inflation means the prices Angelenos pay for locally-made food are headed in one direction — up. Businesses that serve the budget-conscious really notice.

from Greater LA