"We hope that through this protest, people will stop and think 'Oh what is happening?'"
Psychology can help to cast light on why people on both sides of the political spectrum hold different views on climate change.
"Highly automated, intelligent systems promise to transform people's lives and even question the very role of humans," said researcher Laurie Wright.
"New York City stands with our young people. They're our conscience," tweeted Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Climate Week might soon be over but there are several ways you can cut your carbon footprint, from changing up the way you travel to getting thrifty with leftovers and buying secondhand.
Friday September 20, millions of people from over 100 countries are walking out of their jobs and schools to encourage governments and companies to join the fight against climate change.
"This report really lays out what are the set of measures that could get us all the way there--technically feasible, proven measures--and it actually goes a step further by saying what they might cost and the return they might generate."
Thousands of people in more than 100 countries participated in the Global Climate Strike.
The evil of ecological devastation is directly connected to the evils of systemic racism, poverty and inequality, and the distorted moral narrative that prevents us from addressing these issues.
If the primarily wealthy, white activists gathering in New York really want to fight the climate crisis, they should hear what we have to say.
The director said deep sea research is "shamefully underfunded" and called for a "global fleet of swarm robotics" to study Earth's oceans.
"They've got Catholic guilt and they're going to confession, but they just have forgotten about God, so they're worshipping the environment instead," Fox News anchor Melissa Francis said Thursday.
"Plastic Scoop," a new video from photographer Andy Hughes and Dr. Mandy Bloomfield explores pollution and global warming through the fictional state of San Andreas in "Grand Theft Auto V."
At least 97 percent of scientists who regularly publish research focusing on environmental science agree that climate change is caused by human activity over the past century, according to NASA.
In general, extreme weather events are expected to become more frequent and intense, as global temperatures warm
Newsweek spoke to two academics who immersed themselves in evangelical communities to understand how a quarter of the U.S. population came to reject the idea that climate change is a man-made problem.
Around 70 percent of greenhouse gas emissions pumped into the Earth's atmosphere each year can be attributed to 100 companies. That gives them a powerful platform in the move to sustainable business.
At the time of writing, close to 1,000 people have pledged to not having children until their government can ensure a safe future for them. The movement was launched Monday.
The College Republicans wouldn't necessarily endorse every speaker's view but claimed it was their role to provide a platform to right-wing perspectives that didn't have space elsewhere.
Researchers have managed to simulate the climate during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum—when Earth was 14 degrees Celsius warmer than it is now.
Two-time Senator Bob Kerrey says Trump's anti-environmentalism is a defining trait of the president.
The private and public sectors must work together to develop the breakthrough technologies needed for a clean energy transition. Putting a price on carbon is needed because demand drives innovation.
Ahead of the UN Summit on climate change next week, teenage activist Greta Thunberg addressed Washington lawmakers — and told them their actions aren't good enough.
African countries only account for 2 percent of coal demand, yet are willing and compelled to take a different path. If the smaller, poorer and vulnerable countries can do it, so can you.
Mental health professionals say a rising number of young adults are being treated with psychiatric drugs to reduce emotional stress and exhaustion caused by "eco-anxiety," a fervent fear that humans will go extinct as a result of their own pollution and damage to the environment.
Six percent of Americans denied that the climate is changing, while an additional 9 percent said the climate is changing but human activity is not responsible.
The UN's 2018 IPCC report warned that the world has 12 years to ensure that global temperatures don't rise above 1.5 degrees Celsius from pre-industrial levels.
Newsweek spoke to teens and preteens ahead of Friday's protests, which are expected to draw crowds across the world.
How should parents deal with those who labor so joyously to create a world in which a large portion of humanity will perish?
Millions of people have taken part in the Plastic-Free July challenge, which asks participants to help reduce their plastic waste by choosing to refuse to use single-use plastics.