Irish Rep's producing director talked to Newsweek about the shutdown's one surprising benefit to his theater and the more surprising news of Sondheim's will.
Following the acclaim of last year's LP 'Ignorance,' Tamara Lindeman returns with the very intimate 'How Is It That I Should Look at the Stars'
In 2019 researchers made discoveries in rock formations, linking findings to both the dinosaur extinction that occurred at 66 million years ago and the present.
If the recent heat wave in the Northeast and Southeast was rough, it's nothing compared to the "Dirty '30s."
It's a part of an extensive plan to improve a park and combat climate change, but some wonder why they would light a park only to close it.
It is Mike Cannon-Brookes' goal to use technology and investment to replace ageing coal dependency.
The world's biggest trees have leaves dedicated to absorbing water as well as leaves dedicated to photosynthesis.
A United Nations agency will soon meet to decide whether the Australian aquatic habitat, home to thousands of unique species, should be classified as a world heritage site in danger.
The United Nations is set to debate whether its World Heritage status should be downgraded next week.
By facilitating the transfer of carbon to deeper levels of the ocean, these microbes could allow climate goals to be achieved.
Raskin was nominated for a Fed position by President Joe Biden, but she has faced pushback from Republicans over her statements on climate change and policy.
Researchers discovered these large, lethargic creatures only need to eat a few ounces of fish per day to survive.
The "awesome visualization" shows global surface temperature change between 1880–2021.
Scientists say permafrost below Canada's Beaufort Sea is thawing as a result of glacier retreat from the last ice age.
"When I turned around it was picking up chairs and strollers, and trashcans were flying all over the place," one witness said Saturday.
Scientists do not know what effect these microbes would have if they were released into the current ecosystem.
Activist group "The Tyre Extinguishers" aim to "make it impossible to own a huge polluting 4x4 in the world's urban areas."
New York State Senate Republican Leader Rob Ortt criticized two Democratic lawmakers for posing with an activist who held a banner comparing climate change to 9/11.
India has been leading global initiatives to tackle climate change and its impact.
A new study found only about 6 percent of pandemic recovery spending by G20 countries was used in areas that cut greenhouse-gas emissions.
Bone fragments found in Italy were revealed to be from an ancient gray wolf that lived over 400,000 years ago.
Ian Redmond, a tropical field biologist and conservationist, told Newsweek wildlife was a keystone to ecosystems around the globe.
Donald Trump made a number of announcements and comments at the Conservative Political Action Conference, ranging from Ukraine to climate change.
A study comparing present-day wolves in Yellowstone with Alaskan wolves 50 years ago suggests their behavior and feeding habits may be changing.
Climate change allegory "Don't look up" tells of scientists trying to warn an apathetic public about a planet-killing comet.
This special Newsweek series explores the economy of the future, with breakouts on what is next for capitalism, robotics, free trade and climate change.
We explore the challenges of climate change including political unrest, rising fuel prices and new sources of fuel as Dorie Clark and Dr. Fatih Birol talk about the economy of the future.
Japan is striving to achieve decarbonization by further promoting hydrogen energy.