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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wonders whether people should have kids in a climate-ravaged world. So does this movement of ‘BirthStrikers.’
A new movement of women refusing to bring children into a world doomed by climate changed has sprung into the global spotlight.
In a world first, a woman just swam around Easter Island, logging more than 39 miles in 19 hours without any help from fins or boats
South African swimmer Sarah Ferguson said circling Easter Island was the toughest swim she has ever completed.
It’s been nearly 30 years since the Exxon Valdez oil spill. But that crisis pales in comparison to these recent ocean disasters.
Disasters like oil spills pollute the ocean and kill marine life. Since 1967, there have been more than 9,500 tanker oil spills around the globe.
Bill Gates is $9.5 billion richer than he was a year ago, worth over $100 billion, but not just from Microsoft
Bill Gates is giving his money to charity, but his wealth keeps growing. He's now reportedly one of two people worth more than $100 billion.
Some Americans get their water for free from the tap. The rest pay for it — at the cost of $100 billion a year.
A whale washed up dead in the Philippines with almost 100 pounds worth of trash in its stomach, including plastic shopping bags and rice sacks
Scientists said the curvier's beaked whale died from 'gastric shock,' and it was the most plastic they'd ever seen in a whale.
A devastating Arctic temperature rise that could submerge coastal cities and trigger species extinction is now locked in
Even if the world met its most ambitious climate change goals, winter temperatures in the Arctic will still rise 9 degrees Fahrenheit by 2050.
Earth is in the midst of a sixth mass extinction, thanks to climate change and human-driven habitat destruction. About 26,000 species are threatened.
A bomb cyclone has impacted 25 US states, causing flooding, white-out conditions, and power outages — here’s what that is
The recent bomb cyclone moving across the US grounded 1,300 flights, left 84,000 homes without power, and killed at least one person.
People are sharing photos of littered areas before and after cleaning them up as part of the viral #trashtag challenge.