In a year of disaster, a slowly-developing one continues, threatening climate and resource damage.
Pushed by the Green Party, Austria is adopting more measures for clean power and rail rather than air for short trips.
Garry visits his local play areas in Liverpool, UK
Venice's anti-flooding barriers, long-delayed and controversial, get their first real-life use.
Paul Hunter shares a beautiful gallery of scenes late this summer along England's North Sea coast.
Don't even think about leaving your trash behind in Thailand—it may follow you home, and could lead to big fines.
Paris's mayor says the bike lanes rushed into service during the pandemic will remain after; most were already on the city's master plan for bike lanes.
Paris is still determined to clean the Seine up for safe swimming by 2024, though the obstacles seem large and the progress small.
After two years or renovation and reimagination, the Biodome re-opens for visitors with a radical difference.
Swiss Air turns to trains to move its passengers between its international hub at Zurich and regional airports.
The village of Chideock in Dorset hardly fits the stereotype of polluted air, but the monitoring instruments say otherwise.
Balancing agriculture and environment, Portugal bans machine harvesting of olives at night.
Madrid is planning a huge urban forest project to improve its poor air quality and provide new parkland for its people.
An unusual underwater museum is part of an effort to save Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
Though it’s been there for 50 years, it was new to PortMoresby, on a visit with friends at that most perfect season, springtime in the desert.