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MoveHub, an international relocation expert, saw a 50% increase of people relocating to Iceland in 2013 compared to 2012.
There is a guerrilla war going on in the middle of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi: activists struggle over green space and greenbacks.
Levi's recently made 100,000 pairs of women’s jeans with 100 percent recycled water. End result: savings of 12 million liters of this precious resource.
Amid the cut and thrust of the sporting competition in Sochi, Kazakhstan's Olympic officials have been busy schmoozing to build support for Almaty’s bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
Carlo Catani was at a wine show in Italy two years ago when an idea struck him: what if he were able to convince Italian winemakers to make wine using the traditional Georgian method of fermenting it in large clay vessels known as kvevri?
Despite Yerevan’s plans to join the Moscow-led Customs Union, Armenian consumers are not catching a break when it comes to the cost of Russian gas.
One key breakthrough achieved by an algae biofuels company, Algenol, has been to develop and optimize outdoor reactor systems that combine carbon dioxide, salt water and sunlight to produce thousands of gallons of fuel per acre.
It is hard to call any school in Kyrgyzstan “public” these days. Corruption and lack of funding both contribute to the cost of schools rising precipitously.
San Francisco made progress toward its goal of becoming a zero-waste city in working with Levi's. Read about the Progress with Less campaign.
With all the attention on the negotiations over Iran's controversial nuclear program, it's easy to miss some of the other important developments in that country, such as the burger boom that's taking place in Tehran.
Georgia claims it has averted an accidental encroachment on its sovereignty by one of the world's most powerful forces. No, not by Russia. By McDonald's.
The South Caucasus state of Georgia has a reputation for being a staunchly patriarchal society. But 21st century realities are starting to chip away at the country’s male-first pecking order.