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Vanessa gets a chance to ask her own questions ... about the Galapagos Islands.
Often times, the journey is the ultimate goal. But with these seven regions in transition, the story is in the hotspots themselves.
From its farms and wilderness to its subways and streetcars, Canada's biggest city adds a touch of green to the Great White North.
Argentina's capital lacks in offerings like solar energy and green architecture, but it compensates with extensive recycling and reusing.
An emissions trading program would force airlines flying in and out of European Union airports to cut emissions by 3 percent in 2012, and by 5 percent after 2013.
Famous for its green landscapes and even greener citizens, Oregon's Emerald City is an environmental wonderland.
An insider’s guide to the forward-thinking, earth-friendly tourist mecca: London.
It's sprawling and crawling with stars, wannabes and tourists, but the City of Angels also has plenty of green character -- if you know where to look.
Beyond its touristy beachfronts, the Aloha State offers an island Eden for eco-travelers.
Despite its Texas-sized sprawl, Houston doesn't have a problem with going green.
For a city so steeped in revolution, going green is a walk in the park.
Red and black make room for green in the Classic City.
With cleaner air and a greener flair, the formerly filthy Scenic City now lives up to its name.
Emerald City earns its nickname with a flurry of green offerings.
The green rose of Texas is more than just a live-music hub — although it's still pretty good at that, too.
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