Celebrities react to the grave news that the Amazon is ablaze in Brazil and we talk to three NGOs tackling the crisis.
Graeme Purdy explains to us how he's spent years capturing wildlife but in his latest project, from only eight feet away.
We spoke to activists ahead of the disruptions planned for September.
Thunberg, 16, is attending the five-day Smile For Future event in Lausanne, Switzerland, which will culminate in a "Fridays For Future" strike — also known as "school strike for climate."
This new release will be the first song on the band's new album and features Thunberg telling listeners 'It is time to rebel'.
"June was the hottest June on record and July is now shaping up to be the hottest July on record," Michael Mann, Climate Scientist, Professor & Director of the Penn State ESSC, told Euronews.
Climate activists from Extinction Rebellion on Tuesday 16 July disrupted London Concrete, the British capital's biggest supplier of ready-mixed concrete which supplies a major road tunnel project under the River Thames.
Sir David Attenborough faced questions from British MPs during a parliamentary committee on climate change.
Despite meeting during a record-breaking heatwave, delegates failed to make significant progress during UN climate change talks — and bowed to the demands of oil-producing countries over how to respond to a flagship scientific study.
The French national weather service took the unprecedented step of issuing red alerts in four of its departments due to high temperatures.
Europe is bracing itself as parts of the continent are expected to see temperatures soaring above 40 degrees Celsius this week. Meteorologists say this June heatwave will possibly break previous national all-time records in France before Friday.
The window for action on the Paris Agreement is closing. Governments and businesses have a responsibility to invest in a just transition to a safer, fairer, cleaner energy system, and ecosystem restoration and recovery.
Temperatures expected to break all-time highs for June in the coming days as a heatwave is about to sweep through the continent. Today Paris is expected to reach 34 degrees Celsius, Frankfurt 35C and Madrid 37C. Tomorrow temperatures are expected to rise even further with 42C in Northern Spain.
In France, the National Assembly will discuss its carbon neutral objectives this week. The new proposals will set a 2050 target for the country to be carbon neutral. It will also pledge to halve its reliance on nuclear energy by 2035 and close all its coal-fired power stations within 3 years.
The polar bear was spotted in Norilsk, hundreds of kilometres away from its natural habitat while Copernicus has released images of wildfires in the Arctic Circle.
A cruise liner was blocked by small boats for up to 6 hours.
The group of climate change activists called "Smash Cruisehit" took action this Sunday in the port of Kiel, Germany in protest of the damages caused by cruises to the environment.
A group of protesters brought the ever-growing youth climate movement to Germany's parliament on Tuesday.
Greta Thunberg addresses the "People's Climate March" live in front of the Danish Parliament.