The protest comes ahead of planned disruption to 60 cities around the world.
The 16-year-old tells hundreds of demonstrators gathered at the rally that ‘no matter what, we need to continue.’
Parents’ support has given space for youths to voice their fears on climate change.
Greta Thunberg says she will continue to march ‘until they listen’.
More cases of conjunctivitis, asthma and skin rashes, but the national disaster centre says easterly winds are expected today or tomorrow to blow away transboundary haze.
World Cleanup Day is an initiative that has got millions into the streets and cleaning up litter across the globe.
Nasa scientists are dropping probes to collect data on how oceans contribute to the rapid melt of Greenland's ice.
The purpose of the monument is to acknowledge that the world is aware of what is happening and what needs to be done.
Cash and goods disappear after storm brings down tents at Dataran 350 in Kangar.
Merkle says her cabinet plans to decide on key steps for a new climate law in September.
Qu a biologist by training receives the most votes beating out candidates from France and Georgia.
Britain's top advisory body on climate change this year says the target could be achieved within a budget of 1-2% of gross domestic product by 2050.
The work is punishing and the incomes unstable, subject to seesawing demand swayed by foreign imports, and increasingly unpredictable weather patterns.
Measuring melting ice is a fairly precise business in 2019 – thanks to satellites, weather stations and sophisticated climate models.
Global coal consumption in 2018 rose only in Asia, especially China, India, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines and Malaysia.
Water minister calls for controlled distribution of water to meet daily needs and for industrial and agricultural use.
Europe’s biggest oil company says it plans to reduce its net carbon footprint by half by 2050.
Children clambered onto statues in the shadow of Big Ben to call for action, and to raise awareness.
Even if the "most ambitious" Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius is achieved, one-third of the glaciers would go.
More than 80 people were expected to air their views about the impact of climate-related disasters on peace and security.
Scientists warn that as climate change causes Himalayan glaciers to melt at an alarming rate, lakes could swell further and eventually collapse.
The schedule for the closing plenary has been repeatedly pushed back to later in the day - a sign a more diplomacy work needs to be done.
CO2 emissions must drop a quarter within 12 years to stay under 2C, and by nearly half to cap warming at 1.5C, seen as a safer guardrail against catastrophic extreme weather.
Green activists urged people to find solutions for both environmental problems and the financial struggles of France's poorest.