For around six years, protesters have been living in tree houses, trying to protect what's left of Germany's Hambach Forest. Now, as police work to remove them, more protesters are arriving.
Published in “Environment”
Two huge ocean storms that scientists have been tracking for days have finally hit land. Hurricane Florence hit the east coast of the US and Super Typhoon Mangkhut struck the Philippines.
People around the world react in different ways to the global threat of climate change. Some people work to fix the problem, some protest for more action, and some act like there's no problem at all.
A group called The Ocean Cleanup is pulling a huge floating screen out to sea. They hope the device will collect plastic trash in the ocean, making the plastic easy to remove.
25,000 swarming bees landed on a hot dog stand in New York City on Tuesday, causing a lot of excitement until the police were able to deal with the problem.
Floods in Kerala, India have killed hundreds of people. The floods have forced over 300,000 people into emergency camps. Tens of thousands of others are still waiting for help.
Jurgen Otto is known as the Peacock Spider Man. He drives hours and hours to find amazing, tiny spiders so he can take pictures and movies of them for science.
California has been fighting wildfires across the state for over a month. Two of the largest fires have joined to create the largest wildfire in California's history.
Lombok, Indonesia, a place popular with tourists, has been struck by serious earthquakes. At the same time, in Jakarta, the country is preparing to hold the 2018 Asian Games.
Over the last 35 years, 90% of the King Penguins on a faraway island have been lost. It was the largest group of King Penguins in the world.