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If there is an Exhibit A for climate change, it could be Venice, as flooding challenges the city more than ever before.
Hyundai and Kia will boost the models of green cars threefold by 2020 in response to a settlement with the EPA over lowballing some models' GHG emissions.
Child Eyes and No More Page 3 launched successful social media protests that convinced the UK's largest supermarkets to change their newspaper display stands.
Setting up a train link to Georgia may be the next stop in Vladimir Putin’s plan for cementing Russian hegemony over the region.
Pepsi True, currently only sold on Amazon, has run into a problem: horrid reviews over its palm oil policy.
One of the best perks about visiting the Balkans is the chance to wander around the markets, and the open air market in Ljubljana is no exception.
Low-consumption buildings, revamp of the regional economy, and environmental benefits: all thanks to wood. A review on European projects on energy efficiency carried out by Slovenia.
While I felt grateful I had one day to traipse around Venice, I could have used a week to explore this timeless city and its canals.
More Hapsburg than Balkan, with an atmosphere more delightfully provincial than coming across as a national capital, Ljubljana is one of Europe's most understated gems. It's a burst of color in a country that can already boast it is one ...
The largest solar power plant in Africa is now in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and generates 95 MW of clean energy.
This week I am off to Ljubljana, Slovenia, and then Italy, for a conference that will hopefully be a step forward for the world's oceans and marine life.
Despite claiming in 2012 that it was committed to clean energy, the UK government has given fracking the green light despite widespread public concern.