Paris makes changes in its transit system to make it more attractive to use than driving
New Zealand is warning humans out of the water and limiting visit times to allow the dolphin population to stabilize and perhaps grow.
Marriott, the world's largest hotel operator, is signing on for the environment by getting rid of its tiny disposable bottles.
A demonstration project on an English rail line may be the first step toward solar-powered trains.
A city-wide ban on sales of single-use plastic on city property takes effect August 20.
Rome is trying out a plan that cleans up litter, encourages transit use and provides a unique way to pay a Metro fare.
Instagrammable stone towers are now becoming an environmental threat in the Canary Islands.
The park's dark skies make it an ideal place for star-viewing, adding to the attraction of its natural beauty.
Madrid's new mayor lifts the city's anti-pollution rules, and pollution levels spike dramatically.
Paris hopes to accelerate its drive for clean air by banning the most-polluting vehicles from its streets during weekdays.
Kai Rambow shares some spectacular views of the park, made as he worked to perfect his own craft as a photographer.
A leading expedition cruise company has achieved an environmentally-based goal.
In the aftermath of a TV mini-series, bookings for tours of the nuclear disaster area are way up and some worry that the message is being lost.
Marilyn Jones reminds us that there is so much to see out-of-doors, and South Carolina has more than its share.
A bill moving through the assembly would ban mini bottles to cut down on plastic waste. Hotels would be required to use larger bottles or bulk dispensers.