A round-up of images from Viewfinder, Pacific Standard's daily photo feature.
The tiny South Asian kingdom of Bhutan absorbs three times as much carbon as it emits.
The climate summit emerges from a rocky week with a new text. Negotiations have been transparent and equitable—or maybe opaque and grossly unbalanced. Welcome to the COP-Spin Zone.
From New York to New Delhi, citizens and activists gathered in astonishing numbers at more than 2,000 events around the globe.
At COP21, the UNFCCC will take the findings of the IPCC, assess the INDCs of 195 signatory countries, and help LDCs limit their GHGs. Here is what all of that means.
Officials are again pointing to the need for mass surveillance to take down terrorists. Here’s what we know about how well it works.
In committing to an expanded front against ISIS, France risks having the most to lose, while Russia has the most to gain.
"Terrorists are treated like common criminals when it comes to sentencing, even if they are repeat offenders."
Who are the world's mega commuters and what effect are they having on the cities they live and work in?
Can a city's suburbs be a source of dynamism, cool places where people are eager to live and play and work?