As many as 10,000 people from across Europe and beyond made the point that the Paris climate agreement isn't nearly strong enough.
What will the deal do? What things made it into the text? What didn’t? We explain all.
The U.N. negotiations aren’t even discussing ways to keep oil, gas, and coal from being extracted, and that’s a huge missed opportunity.
A big sticking point in the negotiations is language about helping developing countries after they are hit by climate-related disasters.
The Fast for the Climate movement has spread around the world and now has 10,000 participants a month.
Language to rein in emissions from the shipping industry has been removed from the draft climate agreement.
Don't blame India for an impasse at the climate talks. Blame the U.S. and other rich countries that need to offer up more climate finance.
The summit has just begun, but we can already see themes emerging and battle lines being drawn.
Thousands formed a human chain through central Paris with colorful signs demanding climate action.