German Fridays for Future activist Lisa Neubauer said "It appears like the ones who have made the most claims are the ones who back up the most."
No prizes are expected to be awarded this year for work directly linked to the new coronavirus.
Press freedom groups and climate activist Greta Thunberg are making Nobel Peace Prize buzz ahead of next week's award announcements.
TIFF 2020: Greta Thunberg's documentary paints a teenager who wants to save the world from catching fire
It is when I Am Greta captures Thunberg on the move, highlighting how her personal anxieties stand in the way of her larger responsibilities, that its commentary is at its most compelling.
Taking a break from her final years of secondary school, she travelled across the Atlantic on a sail boat – allegedly to highlight emissions from flying.
Thunberg was chosen among 136 nominees, from 79 organizations spanning 46 different countries around the world.
The survey also states that the five countries with the lowest levels of concern are Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and the Netherlands.
UN chief echoed Thunberg's words urging governments to use their economic responses to the pandemic to tackle climate change.
Climate Change: The Facts, Sony BBC Earth's documentary, is another timely reminder of us taking the world for granted
Sony BBC Earth’s Climate Change: The Facts is a bold, straightforward narrative of the science, causes, effects of, and desired response to climate change.
EU unveils first ever climate law that will help in making all the countries climate neutral by 2050
To finance the climate transition, the EU plans to dedicate a quarter of its budget to tackling climate change.
Malena Ernman's account of daughter Greta Thunberg's Asperger's diagnosis offers vital insight into caregiving relationships
Malena Ernman’s narrative of her daughter Greta Thunberg’s condition, as well as how their family coped with it, reveals certain nuances about what is called the “caregiving burden” or “caregiving stress” in the mental health sciences.
BBC to develop documentary series on Greta Thunberg, will also explore science behind climate change
Greta Thunberg's climate struggle began quietly in August 2018 when she skipped school for the first three weeks
In 2019, she was named winners of Right Livelihood Award, known as “Alternative Nobel”, named Time magazine’s “Person of the Year.”
She said foundation’s aim “will be to promote ecological, climatic and social sustainability as well as mental health."
Reliance Industries seeks to counter plastics pushback with new road project; plans to work with NHAI to supply mix
India, which uses about 14 million tonnes of plastic annually, lacks an organised system for management of plastic waste, leading to widespread littering.
The catastrophic wildfires in Australia have mounted pressure on politicians, businesspeople, thought leaders and others to show they are part of the solution.
'Stop calling me Greta of India': 8-yr-old Licypriya Kangujam says comparison doesn't help; Manipuri climate activist dropped out of school in Feb 2019
Eight-year-old climate activist Licypriya Kangujam from Manipur, often labelled the 'Indian Greta Thunberg', on Monday rejected the comparison and appealed to the media to recognise her own identity and story. 'If you call me 'Greta of India', you are not covering my story. You are deleting a story,' she tweeted.
“Our house is still on fire,” she said, repeating her remarks from the World Economic Forum a year ago.
She said “We don’t need a ‘low carbon economy.’ We don’t need to ‘lower emissions. Our emissions have to stop.”
Davos 2020: Donald Trump touts 'great American comeback' at WEF summit, says second phase of US-China trade deal soon
Shrugging off his impeachment trial back home, US president Donald Trump came out all guns blazing at the WEF summit in Davos on Tuesday as he lauded the unprecedented economic boom in the US