A number of XR activists made it inside a branch of H&M in central London, before gluing their hands to the windows.
Haishen makes landfall in South Korea after battering Japan. It's the second typhoon within days of hitting both countries.
It is the first time a climate change case has been brought against a sovereign nation, according to experts.
By all means go vegan and give up flying, but until we force institutional change, nothing's getting better.
For starters, 71 percent of all global carbon emissions come from just 100 companies.
After a decade-long drought and the most catastrophic fire season in recorded history, a third of Australia is still unconcerned.
States are rolling back their plastic bag bans and restaurants are turning to single-use utensils to reopen in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Here's why it's unlikely we'll go back to living like we were.
"Electricity has not gone away, the internet is still going strong, and power generation is a third of the carbon emissions.”
Authorities are suspending enforcement of environmental rules while factories make up for lost production during the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus has postponed airborne NASA missions to study sea level rise and extreme weather, delaying the delivery of data and models.
Forecasts for the largest living structure on Earth have become "devastating," scientists say, and the coral carnage will be even more widespread than the last mass bleaching in 2016-2017.