Project Traffico Offers a New Way to Track Congestion in Singapore
Project Traffico, an ambitious new traffic tracking database, is using bus arrival times to chart patterns and collect data...
A New Discovery Means New Hope For a Very Rare Bird
The discovery of a previously unknown breeding site of the white-winged flufftail is very good news for this elusive bird.
The Vervet Monkey is of “Least Concern”, But Should It Be?
Although vervet monkeys may not technically be endangered, it doesn't mean that they do not need some human help.
Is The World Running Out of Water?
On Day Zero, Cape Town, South Africa will turn off the municipal water supply, effectively becoming the first city in the world to have run out of...
Vertical Farming is the Agricultural Revolution We’ve Been Waiting For
In a world of increasing food insecurity, experts are eagerly looking for the best way to feed the expanding population. Why not look up?
How World Sparrow Day Is Leading the Fight for Urban Wildlife
World Sparrow Day, which is observed on March 20th, serves as a reminder that all wildlife, no matter how common, is in need of human support.
With New Development Comes New Concern for Historic Preservation In St. John's
Citizens are worried that a new luxury home project planned for one of St. John's historic districts will negatively affect the city's historic charm.
How India's Heritage Hotels Are Helping to Conserve History
India's palaces turned heritage hotels offer guests a unique opportunity to live like royals.
Cartoons for a Cause: How One Artist is Fighting for Wildlife Conservation
Dr. Rohan Chakravarty, a dentist turned award-winning cartoonist, creates wildlife cartoons that both inspire and inform.
Want to See the Port of the Future? Look to Rotterdam
The Dutch city’s Port Authority has teamed up with IBM to digitize operations, which will maximize efficiency and prepare for a future that includes...
Giraffe Vulnerability is Hidden in Plain Sight
Despite their iconic presence, the world’s giraffe populations are in trouble. And it’s probably more trouble than you think.
Kenya Prepares For The Great Grevy's Rally
The rally, which is set to take place on January 27th and 28th, takes a census of both the endangered Grevy's zebra and the vulnerable reticulated...
Blankets for Baby Rhinos: An Initiative Helping Orphaned Animals
Knitted blankets are helping orphaned animals, including baby rhinos, survive in the absence of their parents, many of whom were victims of poaching.
Dokra: the 4000 Year Old Craft Struggling to Survive
In a rapidly changing world, the ancient art of Dokra, a beautiful technique practiced across India, faces many challenges.
Nubians Holding On To Their Culture Despite the Odds
For the Nubian people of Egypt, the Nile River is synonymous with life itself. What does life look like after relocation?
Combat For Survival In Cambodia: The Case of the Fishing Cat
Scientists and nature conservationists alike were delighted when this elusive species was spotted after years of absence. However, is enough currently...
In Defence of Public Art
The costly reality of public art projects often leaves critics skeptical. However, public art is instrumental in defining a city’s identity – a...
In India, Animal Rights Activists Have Not Given Up
Despite lack of funding and reports of animal cruelty, activists are hard at work fighting for those in India's cities who are without a voice.
A Brief History of Olympic Villages
Housing Olympic athletes is a massive endeavor. We take a look at how a variety of cities have stepped up to the task.
Can We Save the Earth From Plastic Bags?
Plastic bags have longtime been an enemy of the environment. Is it too late to undo the damage done?
Protecting the Leopard Population of India: Could "Project Leopard" Be the Answer?
In India, an initiative called "Project Tiger" has been a widely successful conservation effort. Is it due time for a "Project Leopard"?
Wildlife Extinction is Threatening Global Food Supplies
According to scientists, the Earth is currently going through a "mass extinction event” which threatens the livelihood of plant and animal life alike.
The Younger Generation Would Rather Travel the World Than Buy a Home
A change of priorities mixed with astronomical home prices are said to motivators.
Chad Surprising Addition to Travel Ban
The West African country of Chad is one of the most controversial additions to an already controversial ban.
Harvey Leaves Behind Dangerous Compounds In Its Wrath
Regular guidelines for reporting spills and leaks had been suspended in the wake of the storm.
Plastic Fibers Can Be Found in Tap Water All Over the World
Samples Taken From Europe, Asia, and America reveal an unsettlingly high percentage of plastic fibers.
Croatian Town Experiences Record Tourism Surge
Filming of "Game of Thrones" has been a contributing factor to the increase in tourist interest in Croatia.
Introducing Canada's New Gender Neutral Passport
New amendment to the Canadian passport enables citizens to choose a new option for gender, gender "x".
Texas Still Reeling From Harvey's Damage
Hurricane Harvey, one of the strongest hurricanes to hit the region in recent memory, has left behind a path of destruction throughout Texas.
Hurricane Irma: What You Should Know
The hurricane is predicted to be one of the most powerful storms ever witnessed in the Atlantic.
Violence in Myanmar Forces Thousands to Flee
The Rohingya people - who have been called the "most persecuted people in the world" - are being forced to seek refuge in neighboring countries.
Electric Cars May Not Be the Solution We Need Them to Be
Electric cars are supposed to lessen the impact that gasoline burning cars have had on the environment. However, are they really the answer we are...
The Bumblebee Could Soon Disappear
Pesticides have widely been blamed for the sharp decrease in bumblebee population numbers.
The Tagus River Is At the Brink of Drying
The Tagus River is an important source of water for millions of people in Spain.
Sharks Near Halifax A Rare Sighting
Sharks pose a very low risk of danger to humans, experts say.
In Only Two Years, Pakistan Has Planted One Billion Trees
The amazing accomplishment has been noted by the International Union for Conservation of Nature for its success.
Are Seafood Consumers Ingesting Microplastics?
Beer and milk also among the other consumables which plastics have been found in.
Greenland Is Experiencing Its Largest Wildfire of All Time
Melting permafrost is thought to be one of the biggest contributors to this record-breaking fire.
Studies Show Norwegians Prioritize the Environment Over Oil
Despite its economic advantages, a new poll released shows that many Norwegians may be more concerned about environmental impacts.
Rising Sea Levels, Dying Trees the Norm With Climate Change
Ghost forests, where dead trees stand side by side, have becoming increasingly popular in many parts of the world.
8-Year Old Youngest Girl to Ever Climb Mount Kilimanjaro
The Florida girl had no previous hiking experience.
Switzerland is Now Home to the World's Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge
The 1621 foot long bridge is located in the mountainous town of Randa, Switzerland.
Greece's Beautiful Whistling Language is Disappearing
Research studies have shown that the population who can speak the whistling language of Greece could number as low as 37.
Brexit Leaves Farmers With Uncertain Future
If agricultural regulations are not formed under the EU, many worry that it will be many years before Britain will create its own guidelines.
Tourists Flock to Florida Despite Tropical Storm
Following the abysmal year of 2016, the tourism numbers of 2017 prove strong for Florida so far.
Slovenia Sees Increase in US Travellers
Experts say that the increase could be due to First Lady Melania Trump.
The Eclipse That is Taking Nebraska By Storm
The eclipse, which is expected to occur on the 21st of August, is on track to be the largest event in the history of tourism in Nebraska.