The mounting frustration and anger over inaction on climate change is compounded by outrage over the many rising inequalities around the world between rich and poor.
The U.N. human rights chief says the climate crisis is a top threat and U.S. detention of migrant children is alarming.
Their demands call for supporting developing nations, paying for cleaner technologies, and pressuring wealthy nations.
The head of the 36-nation organization called on governments to listen to millions of people worried about climate change.
The left-leaning Greens’ young environmental supporters in the European Union's parliament shared a pro-E.U. sentiment.
Flooding, the worst of the impacts globally, continued to affect the largest number of people, more than 35 million.
Climate protests organized in 2,083 cities across 125 nations made for one of the world's biggest ever demonstrations.
The Human Rights Council began with warnings of broken norms despite some powerful movements for social justice.