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The biggest city on Earth is also surprisingly green, thanks to its focus on local food, dense development and trains that go almost anywhere.
Heading to Curtain Bluff may be a circuitous route to saving the world, but options like these are sure to attract of plenty of willing do-gooders.
This on-the-go man has been all around the world working in service to the world's rivers.
A city on its quest to become peachy green.
It's not easy being green in the desert, but New Mexico's biggest city is growing into an environmental oasis.
River town on a roll.
Don't just lay on the beach somewhere -- take a vacation that will make a difference in the world!
Go green on the water with 100% recycled kayaks.
If you're one of the seven million tourists visiting South Beach this year, it's best to tread lightly. Here's how.
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.
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