August 14, 2015
U.S. News & World Report interviewed the Climate Center's Vicki Arroyo for a story about the importance of electing a president in the 2016 who will act on climate change.
"It is urgent and the timeframe is critical and it has to be right now," said Arroyo. "We can't lose another four years, much less eight years."
The story included comments from a range of experts, including Penn State climate scientist Michael Mann who said: "This will be a make-or-break presidency as far as our ability to avert a climate change catastrophe."
Read the full story here.