One teen said: "Nobody is too old or young to make a change and together we can make that change."
The volume of Antarctic sea ice is now at its lowest since records began.
From rising temperatures and heat waves to the impact on mental health, three in four Americans are worried about climate change. A new survey of 2,000...
By Gwyn Wright via SWNS Fish that are popular to eat will become less common and harder to catch due to the warming of the oceans...
Surprisingly, parents of younger children between the ages of 5 through 13 were slightly more likely to discuss climate change than those with teens ages 14...
Longer and warmer autumns are making it harder for them to survive, say scientists.
They have the biggest carbon footprint of any age group, outpacing much younger counterparts.
America's wheat crops are being destroyed, this wild grass could save them.
A warning about climate change
Brown carbon is bad for our health and blocks out the summer sun as well as contributing to climate change.