At COP21, Victims of Paris Attack Mobilize for Climate Action

Over 20,000 shoes were placed in Paris's Place de la République to symbolize those unable to march for climate action on November 29. Among them were the pope's black leather dress shoes. Antonia Juhasz for Newsweek

Mass marches were banned following the terrorist attacks, but some protesters are pushing the boundaries.

Obama’s New Climate Change Message: There’s Hope


The president’s Paris speech shows how much has changed since Copenhagen.

Your Jargon-Busting Guide to the Paris Climate Change Talks


It’s all about the brackets.

We Can Stop Pretending Any of the 2016 Republicans Believe in Science

Rand Paul

Rand Paul vs. science.

Smith Island Is Sinking Into the Chesapeake Bay Thanks to Climate Change

Smith Island

By century’s end, it will be “almost completely under water.”

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