Do Climate Marches Encourage Others to Take Action?
When it comes to changing people's perceptions, a study suggests that the climate movement may be different from other causes.
The U.K. Has Declared a Climate Emergency—but a New Report Advocates More Aggressive Action
A new report pushes for zero carbon emissions by 2050, more electric vehicles, and retrofitting urban buildings.
Viewfinder: Police Remove Climate Protesters Blocking Waterloo Bridge
Police officers remove protesters from a blockade on Waterloo Bridge during the second day of a coordinated protest by the Extinction Rebellion group on April 16th, 2019, in London, England.
OPEC and the U.N. Struggle to Find a Way Forward on Climate Change (in Photos)
One of the most urgent issues of our time is on the minds of world leaders this week.
As an Administration Demurs, Coalitions Are Taking the Lead for the U.S. on Climate Change
Non-governmental coalitions stepped up in the U.S.'s relative absence at COP23 this year. Is their activism the only thing keeping climate change at bay in America?