The world has already warmed 1 degree Celsius, and it’s on track to warm more than 3 degrees by the end of the century.
The social media platform is siding with scientists to stop the spread of harmful misinformation about the pandemic. If it can do it now, why wasn't it doing it all along?
A state of emergency was declared after two dams were breached.
Choosing whether to embrace green policies to lead the economic recovery will be a make-or-break moment for the climate crisis, experts say.
"Each species that we photograph is precious, irreplaceable, and in my mind, has a basic right to exist."
The Staffer Who Called Out News Corp's Climate Change Coverage In A Reply-All Email Doesn't Regret A Thing
"It should be against the law to deny climate change is happening," Emily Townsend said.
Here are some of the most interesting and powerful photo stories from across the internet this week.
Fifty years ago, before the environment was seen as a political cause, it united everyone.
“We’re just praying every day we don’t end up in a state of anarchy,” one mayor said.
"Climate change is real, and I would like people to consider what implications it has — not only on us as humans, but on our adorable furry friends."
“For those of us concerned about the future of the Earth’s climate and balance, this election is extremely important,” Gore said.
“I’m committing $10 billion to start and will begin issuing grants this summer. Earth is the one thing we all have in common — let’s protect it, together.”
The four warmest Januaries on record have all occurred since 2016.
"Any move like this has to be looked at with a critical eye to see if it's greenwashing or if it's real," one climate activist said.
Australia’s Bushfires Made Everyone Seriously Worried For Their Kids’ Future. Now People Are Getting Organised.
"It is a dire situation out here," farmer Anika Molesworth told BuzzFeed News.
A Muslim Teen In Biden's New Campaign Ad Says She Doesn't Support Him, But Was There To Press Him On Climate Change
"I was there for asking a question and he does not have my support."
I returned home for Christmas to find my country — and its consciousness — ablaze. What disasters will prompt similar reckonings elsewhere?
"We are trying to make sure that every animal has a chance for survival.”
At least 17 people have died and millions of animals have been killed as raging bushfires in Australia have burned over 19,300 square miles.
And Donald Trump is a fan.
"We are experiencing the impacts of global warming unfolding literally in real time."
George Luber says he was kicked out of the CDC’s climate program for fighting censorship. But shortly before that, five women on his staff had accused him of sexist behavior and being a bad boss.
Jane Fonda Gave Her Advice For Getting Arrested After Being Detained For Protesting About Climate Change
"I'm gonna put my body on the line and I'm gonna do these things, and in the process, I'm gonna learn a lot too."
The Dutch Supreme Court's decision could have huge repercussions for how other countries tackle rising emissions.
Our carbon footprint got even bigger in the 2010s. We can’t afford to do that again.
Elizabeth Warren outlines how she'll begin the Green New Deal in the opening months of her presidency.
The climate crisis is already here — and it's only getting worse.
One activist group pronounced the conclusions a “pile of shite” and dumped manure outside the meeting hall.
“The US is using its last chance to cover its ass,” one activist told BuzzFeed News.
The finding dealt a big blow to climate change activists hoping to use the courts to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for their climate disclosures.