California's chronic water overuse leads to sinking towns, arsenic pollution
For more than a century farmers in California's Central Valley have been pumping water out of the ground — so much so that the land is slowly sinking, a process known as subsidence. In fewer than 100 years, it's dropped 8½ metres.
Eco-anxiety spurs youth to take action on climate change
With fires, floods, and pollution growing faster and more serious every year, children and young people are scared that they'll be bearing the brunt of this crisis. It's spawning a condition called eco-anxiety, a fear of environmental catastrophe. And while it's not officially recognized as a medical diagnosis, experts say it's real.
Youth '92 all over again at the 2019 Youth Climate Summit
CO2 levels have only increased since 1992. But will things be different this time?