It might be a little too late if we only jump into action now to rescue our planet, especially with many still adopting an indifferent attitude!
Vulnerable Pacific islands demanded "urgent, immediate" global action on climate change Thursday, while stressing a commitment to democracy and the "rules-based" international order in the face of growing Chinese regional influence.
Extreme weather events such as heatwaves and floods have cost Europe almost 510 billion euros and around 142,000 lives over the past 40 years, according to a new report published Thursday.
This is a most critical period to stop climate change. We must start today, not tomorrow. Let’s take the first step!
Declines in seed-dispersing animal species are harming plants' ability to move to more suitable habitats in a warming world, a new study in the journal Science said.
Instead of building more highrise towers and rail projects, perhaps the government should channel some of the funds to improve our existing drainage system, because more extreme weather events are on the way!
A massive icebreaker cuts its way through the frozen waters of the Arctic Ocean, clearing a path to the North Pole, all white as far as the eye can see. But even here, the impact of climate change can be felt.