Italy will spend some cash on incentives to get people out of cars and onto personal or public transport in the post-Covid era.
With cruise ships gone and its streets and canals momentarily empty, Venice postpones its planned tourism tax for a year.
Garry watches the Ships and Turbines on the River Mersey moving silently.
A disputed study says that the popular shared scooters found in many cities are worse polluters than cars. Can it be true? Read on!
Plans are proposed to keep the city's increasing rainfall from drowning it by slowing down the rate at which it's released into ground and canals.
France is taking new actions to protect an increasingly fragile environment and to 'do something' about some wacko tourist behavior.
PHeymont shares memories of a favorite spot in Maine and some thoughts on its role in our lives.
Vienna, Berlin and Munich are all concerned about congestion and carbon, but don't agree on how to get passengers off the road and onto trains.
Environmental and price pressure are cutting domestic flying, with rail gaining. And a date's been set for Berlin Tegel to close.
Even in the far north, winter is having a hard time gaining a foothold.
A small Vancouver airline takes a big step into the electric age of aviation.
In a move to eliminate as much plastic and other waste as possible—and to collect favorable PR—Air New Zealand is testing edible drinkware.
Denmark is planning to test battery-powered trains as replacements for current diesel service.
Upgraded rail service between England and Scotland is taking market share away from airlines.
A troop of rare black rhinos have been moved from South Africa to a new home in Malawi as part of a scheme to protect the endangered species.