Penn State professor of meteoriology Michael Mann speaks during the Onward on Climate rally outside of Old Main in 2015. Mann said there is reason to be there is reason to be “cautiously optimistic” about President-elect Donald Trump and his climate change agenda.
Penn State professor of meteoriology Michael Mann speaks during the Onward on Climate rally outside of Old Main in 2015. Mann said there is reason to be there is reason to be “cautiously optimistic” about President-elect Donald Trump and his climate change agenda. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com
Penn State professor of meteoriology Michael Mann speaks during the Onward on Climate rally outside of Old Main in 2015. Mann said there is reason to be there is reason to be “cautiously optimistic” about President-elect Donald Trump and his climate change agenda. Abby Drey adrey@centredaily.com

Penn State’s Michael Mann is cautiously optimistic about Trump, climate change

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