The Swiss city wants in on the ground floor of Europe's study of Urban Air Mobility
The hotel chain is joining the trend toward reducing disposables and non-renewables.
Authorities are worried about cavities, some of them ancient, under parts of the city which help create sinkholes.
Alaska is joining others in taking a hard look at plastic disposables, and it's disposing them completely.
Green concerns are leading a number of Norwegian cities to ban helium-filled balloons in advance of May 17th Constitution Day.
An experimental hydrofoil water taxi that was tested and shoved aside in Paris has now hit serious red tape for a planned trial on Lake Geneva.
China is preparing to open its first national park, a huge area that includes the headwaters of several important rivers.
Venice is giving a six-month trial run to fuel made from used cooking oil to reduce pollution and maintenance.
One of Norway's most beautiful regions rejects a proposal to allow helicopter tours.
A German Federal court has affirmed the right of cities to ban diesel-burning cars to clear the air. Now it's up to cities to decide whether to do it.
In an unusual eco-deal, four European nations are selling loans made to the Seychelles to help create protected environmental zones.
A beach both beautiful and crowded faces restrictions as the town's mayor wants to ban beach equipment.
Among Europe's many fine lodgings, here and there you can find great accommodations for the insects that are important in our lives.
Under pressure from EU environmental officials to meet pollution targets, Germany plans to try luring people out of their cars with free public transit.
In an accident possibly unprecedented for urban transit, Oslo's Line 3 was closed by a falling elk.