A move to limit pollution-heavy short flights may not have much of an effect.
The long-distance swimmer son of Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo is planning to swim the length of the Seine this summer, nearly 500 miles.
Canada has the world's longest network of recreational trails, and a new initiative will make them more accessible to people with disabilities.
United Airlines puts some weight behind a new plan for electric short-haul flying under its name.
New data from university studies combined with less-crowded skies is allowing planes to fly more efficient routes across the Atlantic.
One of Florida's oldest tourism attractions is getting a new attraction: a wheelchair-accessible version of its famous glass-bottom boats
Everest trekkers leave a lot of trash behind on the mountain. Now an art exhibit puts them to shame.
Only an hour from beach resorts, Spain's newest national park offers views, hiking, cycling and more.
While Covid got most of the media attention, researchers point out that 2020 was also a significant year for environmental change.
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo's plans include pedestrian and cycle-friendly amenities in an area now dominated by traffic and mass retail.
Yorkshire's scenic national parks are doing night-time duty as areas free of light pollution and open for stargazing.
An EU report shows progress against air pollution over a ten-year period, but not enough to breathe easy.
Germany's rail system plans to go green with hydrogen-fueled trains replacing diesel.
A broad study comes to an ironic conclusion: Climate change experts are more likely to fly than other academics.
In a year of disaster, a slowly-developing one continues, threatening climate and resource damage.