Despite entrepreneurship transforming the lives of women in some parts of Africa, a study has shown that they're less successful than their male counterparts.
Trials of new non-stop routes are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.
A permanent ban takes effect after a decades-long fight by indigenous people to close the trek up Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock.
Global tourism is growing, and there’s more of an emphasis on sustainability than ever before. Here are the 10 top destinations for 2020, according to the Lonely Planet.
New images of the famous mountain range illustrate the impact climate change is having on its glaciers.
A Hotel in Finland is encouraging its guests to embrace a more environmentally friendly stay by giving them up to 50% off their stay for watching their electricity use and water intake.
Growing geopolitical pressures and a strong dollar are turning Chinese tourists away from traveling to the US.
Nicknamed "the starfish," Beijing’s new airport designed by Zaha Hadid Architects is the largest in the world – and uses renewable energy.
With the popularity of skiing, ice hockey and outdoor skating combined there is a large base for increasing climate control support after repeated years of decreased or unreliable snowfal...
As major emitters, the heavy industry sectors have a vital role to play in keeping global warming to well below 2˚C. Whether you see this as a huge challenge or an incredible opportunity,...
One of the world’s biggest economic activities, tourism drives wealth, employment, and regional development.
Travel and tourism are on the rise. Here are the five most visited cities.
Only seven countries have been to the moon, but some more than others.
Also in this week's round-up read about a parliament speaker who feeds lawmakers’ babies and how a company helps women in Africa to become solar entrepreneurs.
In Oslob fisherman have turned to tourism, as they sell tickets to swim with whale sharks they've encouraged closer to shore with food. The change of career has provided funding and incen...