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Young climate activists seek step up from streets to political table

21 Sep 2019

UNITED NATIONS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Young climate change activists demanded a greater role in decision-making Saturday as they met leaders at U.N. headquarters, saying that their growing voice on the streets had yet to earn them a seat at the political table.

Adults swell ranks of students marching in record global climate protest

21 Sep 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Ben Davis' father spent his career working at a petroleum company. But on Friday, Davis - a chemical engineer, like his dad - did something he'd never done before.

Adults swell ranks of students marching in record global climate protest

21 Sep 2019

NEW YORK, Sept 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Ben Davis' father spent his career working at a petroleum company. But on Friday, Davis - a chemical engineer, like his dad - did something he'd never done before.

Climate-change protesters poised to kick off global wave of street marches

20 Sep 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As world leaders begin arriving for a summit at the United Nations on accelerating action to address climate threats, adults are planning to join students in an unprecedented wave of youth-led climate protests on Friday, organizers said.

UPDATE 1-Climate-change protesters poised to kick off global wave of street marches

19 Sep 2019

NEW YORK, Sept 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As world leaders begin arriving for a summit at the United Nations on accelerating action to address climate threats, adults are planning to join students in an unprecedented wave of youth-led climate protests on Friday, organizers said.

CORRECTED-Climate-change protesters poised to kick off global wave of street marches

19 Sep 2019

NEW YORK, Sept 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As world leaders begin arriving for a summit at the United Nations on accelerating action to address climate threats, adults are planning to join students in an unprecedented wave of youth-led climate protests on Friday, organizers said.

Human rights threats in warming world could speed up climate action

19 Sep 2019

NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From worsening hunger and migration to greater loss of lives and property to wild weather, climate change is driving violations of human rights - and focusing on that may be a key way to win faster climate action, rights experts said Wednesday.

Human rights threats in warming world could speed up climate action

18 Sep 2019

NEW YORK, Sept 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From worsening hunger and migration to greater loss of lives and property to wild weather, climate change is driving violations of human rights - and focusing on that may be a key way to win faster climate action, rights experts said Wednesday.

Carbon capture struggles to accelerate in race to avert climate crash

13 Sep 2019

OXFORD, England (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Capturing planet-warming gases and storing them below ground is a key part of many plans to keep climate change in check - but very little progress has been made on it, scientists, industry officials and environmentalists warn.

Carbon capture struggles to accelerate in race to avert climate crash

13 Sep 2019

OXFORD, England, Sept 13 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Capturing planet-warming gases and storing them below ground is a key part of many plans to keep climate change in check - but very little progress has been made on it, scientists, industry officials and environmentalists warn.

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