The global walkouts, set for March 15, have been inspired by 16-year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.
As people in France protest high costs of living, some worry that violence has obscured the movement's message.
Ocean temperatures are beginning to approach levels that occurred during the Permian Era, when the majority of animals on earth were killed.
Cutting fossil fuel supply can help to limit demand, and a new study focuses on what could be the next big step in climate policy.
Impoverished villages and huge sewage ponds surround the ruins of an ancient civilization noted for its urban planning and advanced sanitation measures.
At least 6,385 civilians have been killed and 10,000 injured since the war began.
The U.S., France and the U.K. continue to build nuclear power stations without addressing the problem of existing waste, which is reaching potentially dangerous levels.
With their global reach and financial resources, transnational companies say they are ushering in a sustainable future. But a new book says that trusting them to do that is like trusting arsonists to be firefighters.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists sees increased threats to global survival from nuclear weapons and climate change—and President Trump.
The vice president will be armed with two key policy decisions: the U.S. designation of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and curtailing aid for Palestinians.