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America’s greenest cities

The country’s most eco-friendly cities feature plenty of parks, efficient public transit and sustainable restaurants.
18 April 2012


Beyond the Headlines

What Copenhagen can teach the world

While Denmark’s capital may not be perfect, its successes in sustainability and liveability provide teaching points for metropolises across the globe.
Read more… 13 April 2012


Living green in Copenhagen

Denmark is one of the most environmentally-aware countries on earth, and its capital is a showcase of Danish green sentiment.
Read more… 10 April 2012


Gorillas in the mix in Uganda

A number of new initiatives are being put in place in Uganda to help safeguard the country’s environmental future and protect the world’s remaining wild mountain gorillas.
Read more… 06 April 2012


Trekking Uganda’s mountain gorillas

Trek to the depths of Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park to see some of the last remaining wild mountain gorillas at work, rest and play.
06 April 2012


Beyond the Headlines

The world's water bottle woes

Several tourism officials are fighting against the growing waste from plastic water bottles.
Read more… 04 April 2012


Florida’s newest wildlife refuge

This parcel of protected land, an unexpected location for both beauty and an adrenaline-inducing adventure, will help save the Everglades.
Read more… 08 March 2012


Guyana’s path to paradise

The country’s muddy beaches have helped preserve Guyana’s interior, an unspoiled slice of Amazon rainforest.
Read more… 05 March 2012


Beyond the Headlines

Belize’s lessons in eco-tourism

While it is never easy to balance tourism with conservation, the small Central American country has long recognized that ignoring the latter means betraying the former.
Read more… 03 February 2012


Tagging crocodiles in Belize

Once hunted to the brink of extinction for their satin-soft, olive-brown skin, tourism is helping the tiny Morelet’s crocodile make a comeback in the Central American jungle.
Read more… 02 February 2012


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