51% of social media users said they felt anxious about the future after viewing climate content, and the number is higher for younger people.
Producers Megan Crimmins and Shannon Damiano discuss the children's book "What Is Climate Change" and discuss its message to kids.
Last week, a martyr for the climate cause snuck into the Louvre dressed as an old woman and threw cake at the Mona Lisa. While...
52 years since the first celebration, as climate change becomes more and more serious, has Earth Day lost a bit of its charm?
Scientists and activists seem to be living out the movie "Don't Look Up." Yet there is reason for optimism.
Over 1,000 scientists in over 25 countries took part in climate protests last week, risking their careers and reputations in the process.
In 1991, 78% of Americans identified as environmentalists. By 2021, it had dropped to 41%. How does environmentalism reverse the trend?
It's not about "fixing" climate change. It's about getting climate change under control and creating a good future given the circumstances.
Climate change is not driving humans to extinction, so headlines calling the movie a perfect representation of climate change are misleading.
It's not just a lack of willpower—environmental policymakers face many procedural barriers making it really difficult for them to succeed.