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.
Paris is upgrading its buses to eliminate diesels as a measure against smog, with most buses to be replaced before the Paris Olympics in 2024.
Researchers at Australia's Murdoch University put great white sharks to work shooting video of their hunt through African kelp forests.
A week-long campaign aims at clearing plastic waste off Britain's beaches
Sheep—500 of them, two shepherds and a dog—are Madrid's latest way to keep its parks clear of underbrush that could lead to fires.
A mild winter brings bears out of hibernation in Sweden's nature parks. But what will they do in summer?
Moves are underway to cut the air link in favor of trains both to save the planet and to free up long-distance slots at Schiphol Airport.
Europe's Environmental Ministers will discuss a proposal for EU-wide taxes on aviation that would benefit the environment.
One of America's most diverse ecosystems, and one often threatened by development, has been upgraded to a National Park.
Jonathan L shares more of his Real New York series, this time exploring a fascinating part of Upper Manhattan and the Bronx.
The Havasupai Tribe still welcomes visitors to its remote and beautiful area, but they'll have to do it without professional outfitters.
A Swiss study showed that people reduced energy use for showers when they could see how much the meter was moving.
Visitor rates are zooming in picturesque national parks, driven by the search for iconic pictures to post—but it's taking a toll on the 'great outdoors.'
As part of a move toward cleaner energy use in the cruise industry, Hurtigruten's new engines will be able to burn bio gas from dead fish and trees.