A team of researchers tried to gauge public perceptions of climate activists and faith in humanity's ability to work together on issues like climate change.
The climate strikes have allowed young people to seize the narrative on climate change. Here's how the media should empower them.
Convictions are where beliefs meet identity. But that can lead to trouble. Our supercharged politics make giving up a conviction feel like an act of self-betrayal and a betrayal of our tribe.
Automation can be a more efficient use of resources, but it may also mean people consume more.
The history of the UNFCCC shapes what is and isn't possible today.
Unlike a car, you can't just stick a battery-powered engine in a plane and expect it to fly. Despite that, small planes might be the future of electric flight.
We've spent years publishing smart, practical research on real climate solutions. Now it's time to put it all into practice.
Politicians might get the most airtime when it comes to climate change, but Australians would rather hear about it from weather presenters.
Young people have reason to protest today and call for action on climate change. But they risk anxiety if they feel they are not heard and nothing is done.
In the Catalan Pyrenees, women shepherds and cattle ranchers try to valorise the ancestral agropastoral culture to save the mountains from climate change.
From media coverage to story books, children are consistently represented as prophets or puppets in the midst of climate emergency. It's time for that to change.
We asked a media studies researcher why climate change doesn't make more of a splash in the press.
Climate change is anticipated to cause a rise in the incidence of several diseases in sub-Saharan Africa.
Our responsibility to consider how the future might look for generations to come requires imagination.
In order to achieve progressive change and combat the climate crisis, workers need to help build a movement powerful enough to challenge the status quo.
Average temperatures in Australia are already high by international standards, but what happens when they continue to rise? How much heat can our bodies withstand?
Conscripting young volunteers to combat climate change is not necessary. Australians aged 15-17 already have the highest rates of volunteering in the country.
Publishing the comments of climate change deniers would be journalistically irresponsible. That's why we're redoubling our efforts to weed out misinformation.
Vehicle emissions and industrial facilities are contributing to climate change, but many conservatives don't believe it.
Economic and political assessments of climate change have for years helped justify inaction. Now, young environmentalists worldwide are shifting the debate to focus on values, ethics and justice.