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A green revolution is sweeping through the Windy City.
A student and his fellow surfers used their skills to ride the giant waves to safety after a deadly tsunami struck Samoa.
Thailand's capital has cut its air pollution in half, built a mass transit system and embraced natural gas over coal -- turning the city's brown haze into a green glaze.
In honor of National Parks Week in New York City, MNN got a behind-the-scenes tour of three sites people don't usually think of when they hear national parks.
Rhode Island's capital packs a big green punch for a small state.
To lessen your gang's impact on the environment, take the train, stay at a green hotel, or even stay right at home.
Get ready to dig a few holes, or if you're really roughing it, take your waste with you.
Canada's capital city embraces its natural environment -- where else could you ice skate to work in March and bicycle past 300,000 tulips in May?
This lakeside resort area, attractive to athletes and celebrities, embraces its natural setting.
Cosmopolitan Asian city offers green attractions, but smog remains a problem.
Sleeping in a tent was never quite like this. Anyone up for sunrise breakfast in the savannah?
It's known as 'Mad City,' but Wisconsin's state capital is a mecca of eco-friendliness, from its 100 miles of bike paths to its locally owned downtown shops.
From its bike-friendly boardwalk to its landfill-turned-mountain, Virginia Beach is for lovers -- of the environment.
Motown may be broken down, but locals have the rare chance to reinvent their city from the ground up. Can Detroit become a city known for its bikes, trains and farms?
The biggest city in China is quickly becoming one of the greenest, and it's using the 2010 World Expo to morph into a global example of sustainable and harmonious living.
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