More than 30,000 people traveled to the UN's COP21 climate summit in Paris last month from aroudn the world. The UN set up a website where attendees could offset the carbon footprint of their travel.
The UN set up a system for people attending last month's landmark climate summit in Paris to offset the carbon footprint of their travel to the meeting.
Common murre swimming
Scientists say a warm Pacific Ocean could be pushing seabird prey to cooler areas, or killing the fish off. And that's hurting Alaskan birds as well.
Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller poses next to an Electro-Golf police vehicle during a tour of the VW factory in Wolfsburg, Germany in October.`
VW head Matthias Mueller is expected to propose a fix Wednesday to a fleet of diesel cars that have been cheating emissions tests.
Mark Sylvia with BlueWave Capital. The Boston-based company is building a 1 mw solar farm in Fairhaven, Mass., enough power for roughly 100 customers.
The solar industry got a big holiday gift at the end of last year — Congress extended a tax credit to build new solar panels. You and I can get the same deal for slapping panels on our roofs. Or if we don’t have a roof that works, for helping finance a few panels in a nearby field.
The Eiffel tower illuminated at night
Most people agree that the Paris climate agreement is a good start toward curbing the worst impacts of climate change. But others worry too much self-congratulating will jeopardize the path toward stricter carbon cuts.
12th graders Chaden Alyahya Morla and Nour Fiquet won a student environmental journalism competition and were invited to the Paris Climate Conference, but their visit was canceled for security reasons after the Paris attacks.
Paris high school students use COP21 as a launching point for their own environmental action, starting in their cafeteria.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius (C), president-designate of the UN climate summit, and Christiana Figueres (L), executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, celebrate during the final session of the World Climate Change Con
The smiles and handshakes at the end of the high-stakes Paris climate summit masked huge holes in the deal and massive challenges ahead. But The World's environment editor Peter Thomson says an imperfect deal still represents a major turning point in the global climate crisis.
— Miriam Talwisa, executive coordinator, Youth Plus Policy Network | Kampala, Uganda.
Past the suited diplomats working to make a deal at the Paris summit on climate change are many other voices working to be heard. These Millennials are going to be the real movers and shakers as the next generation has to tackle the real challenges of climate change. We feature their voices here.
Phan Thi Vietanh, from Hanoi, Vietnam, works for the online newspaper
Journalists from around the world traveled to Paris this month to report on the historic climate change summit. One Paris youth hostel turned into a hub for young global journalists covering COP21. What were their most pressing questions?
Demonstrations in and around Place de la République in Paris on the day before the COP21 climate talks opened.
There are thousands of green activists in Paris for the UN climate summit this week. How they feel about the likely outcome depends a lot on whether they represent “big” green or “little” green.