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.
Major Boom in Tourism Comes to Spain
Affordability, accessibility, and quality of attractions are all cited as reasons for the boom.
Strong Heat Wave Headed Towards British Columbia
Experts warn that the incoming temperatures could break a 78 year old record.
Montreal Set to Break Tourism Records
The city is set to host over 11 million tourists in the 2017 season alone.
The Key to Toronto's Appeal? Linguistic Diversity
According to a new report put out by the BBC, Toronto is home to speakers of 140 different languages.
Saudi Arabia Embarks on Major Project to Attract Tourism
The project will be focused around a series of natural islands in the Red Sea.
Cell Membranes Found in Saturn's Moon
The new discovery could bring us closer to an answer about whether or not there is life on other planets.
Hawaii to Implement a Fine for Texting at Crosswalks
Beginning in October, inattentive pedestrians could be slapped with a fine for checking their smartphone.
Grizzly Bears in Yellowstone No Longer Listed as Endangered
Despite promising growth in population numbers, there is concern that the grizzly bear population of Yellowstone National Park will be negatively...
FAA Ordered by the Court to Review Airplane Seats
Concerns over safety and concern are the motivating factors behind the review.
The Underrated Appeal of Buffalo, New York
Buffalo has some of the best historic architecture in the entire United States. Why don't we hear more about it?
England and Wales Had the Warmest Winter in 107 Years
Temperatures this mild had not been felt since the year 1910.
China's Mars Probe Could Take Off in 2020
The country is planning to join in the quest to discover more about the Red Planet.
UK Man Hospitalized for Cyanide Poisoning After Consuming Cherry Pits
Shortly after consuming a number of cherry seeds, the Lancashire man began to feel strong physical symptoms.
Sign Language Could Become One Of South Africa's Official Languages
The addition of sign langauge as an official language would help increase the accessibility of services in South Africa.
Climate Change is Altering the Marine Habitat of the United Kingdom
The waters surrounding the UK have longtime been an important habitat for fish who prefer cooler waters.
Roman Castle Set to Open Its Doors to Tourism
Major restoration work has been underway to recover areas of the fortress that have been lost to flooding.
Brown University Scientists Detect Possibility of Water on the Moon's Surface
These findings fall in contrast with the scientific belief that the surface of the moon is dry and desolate.
Heightened Threat Of Sea Level Rises As Greenland Darkens
A thinning ice sheet in Greenland may threaten seriously the global environment.
The United Kingdom is the Latest Country to Ban Microbeads
The United Kingdom joins countries such as the United States, Canada, and Ireland, who have already banned the popular cosmetics ingredient.
Trophy Hunter Claims the Life of Xanda, Cecil the Lion's Son
It is not yet clear who was responsible for the killing, which has sparked a vast public outcry.
Feeling Toasty? This Year's First Half Was the Second Warmest On Record
Uniquely, 2017's warm temperatures cannot be blamed on the El Niño.
After 75 Years, Shrinking Swiss Glacier Reveals the Bodies of Missing Swiss Couple
Forensic specialists believe that similar discoveries may happen with the melting of glaciers over time.
Selfie Sticks, Food Trucks, and Glass Bottles All Targets of Milan Ban
The measure is an attempt to preserve the city's authenticity for tourists and locals alike.
Forest Fires Blaze Through Montenegro, Croatia
Tourists have been asked to evacuate as the fire inches closer and closer to the popular Croatian resort town of Split.
The EU Wants to Ban All Logging in This Polish Forest
The beautiful Białowieża Forest is home to ancient oak trees and a diverse population of animals. Why is it now being logged?
A Large Iceberg Has Broken Away From the Antarctic Peninsula
The breakaway of the iceberg, which will likely be called "A68", was not due to human-made climate change, scientists say.
Welcome to the Era of Biological Annihilation, Experts Say
A new study published by the National Academy of Sciences has revealed some alarming realities about the future of species vitality.
The Ganges River is Dying, and Dying Fast
The Ganges is one of the world's most polluted rivers, and a recent ruling by the Supreme Court may hinder efforts to put legislation in place that...