It has native plants, a waterfall and a rock feature.
A change in approach to rehabilitation is working in the US, with research showing the number of people going back to prison has dropped by almost 25%.
Fewer than one in 10 women prisoners have a job to go to on release.
Pictures of women wearing bikinis are a typical if often maligned feature of French seaside resorts.
After decades of development in international law, influential voices are now challenging the status quo. This has profound implications for the future.
Despite the common view that regulations are bad for business, they can be beneficial to economies.
Plastic bans need to be supported by systemic change and the development of the circular economy.
A new survey in the UK shows how many LGBT people still feel uncomfortable.
By the time we our ponderous legal systems have regulated new technology, it has already moved on. Could a new values-based approach to regulation be the answer?
New data from the Global Arms survey shows that there are 393 million guns for 326 million people.
From dollars to yen, this is how many currencies fight counterfeiture.
"We've finally reached the point where society as a whole is ready to discuss the extent to which existing criminal and civil law can and should be enforced in the digital sphere."
While several countries still battle stigmatization and persecution, here are some of the ways LGBTI rights have inched forward this year.
Many international companies have pledged to avoid products that are a result of illegal logging. This is an important step in the right direction, but more - much more - is needed.
New research shows that while society spends more time and money on younger generations than old people, the state does the opposite.