Also in this week's edition, read about the universities with the most impact and Bill Gates’ 3 solutions for climate change.
Coordinators expect more than a million young people to join protests in at least 110 countries.
Global warming is reshaping the world’s largest island, but for those in the tiny town of Tasiilaq in southeastern Greenland, there are both positives and negatives.
A study has found a range of future outcomes that go from bad to worse when it comes to the uncertainities around sea level rise.
Sea ice coverage is expected to decrease for at least the next 30 years, allowing for a burgeoning shipping industry. But this could spell trouble for sealife.
As the global conversation on climate change intensifies, these cities are leading the way with best practice standards and ambitious but realistic goals.
We're sending 20 of our Young Global Leaders north to see how viewing the shrinking ice sheet will inspire them to rise to the climate crisis.
Rising sea temperatures and still weather conditions have resulted in an algal bloom which has killed more than 8 million Salmon in Norwegian fish farms.
The Greenland ice sheet locks up enough water to raise global sea levels by about seven metres. But it also carries sediment to the coast as it melts.
Wales has been set a target to reduce its carbon emissions by 95% by 2050, by the Committee on Climate Change. Whereas England and Scotland are expected to reach net zero.
The people of Taiperia Village are living on the edge of land and sea, but Fiji's town councils are helping vulnerable settlements by strengthening both natural and built infrastructure.
As of June 1, people travelling to Tanzania will be prohibited from bringing plastic bags into the country, as the country steps up its fight on plastic.
The International Energy Agency's World Energy Investment 2019 report shows that there was little movement in the world's overall investment in renewables last year.
Carbon reduction alone isn't enough to avoid dangerous levels of global warming, says a new report.
Microfibers are a form of microplastics that are released from our clothing when we wash them, and they can have potentially harmful effects on the environment.