Berlin: A city united

Two decades after the collapse of the Berlin Wall, the German capital is no longer a city of two halves. With a raft of 20th anniversary celebrations planned to mark this historic event, there's no better time to get under the skin of this fascinating city break destination. It was…

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Kenya Had an Elephant ‘Baby Boom’ — and Now You Can Adopt One

It's not unheard of for a government to study the demographics of its population, but officials from Kenya took that concept one step further with its first-ever National Wildlife Census. Conducted by Kenya's newly created Wildlife Research and Training Institute, the census will serve as a baseline for future assessments…

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5 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint As a Traveler

Climate change. Just two simple words that somehow encompass an idea so big, most of us have no idea how to wrap our heads around it. But ignoring it could come with unfathomable consequences. Here's what we know about climate change: It's happening very quickly. As NASA explained, the earth's…

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Hot stuff: Volcanic thrills

Taking our cue from BBC documentary Lost Land of the Volcano, which tracks scientists unveiling new species amid the dense flora of Papua New Guinea's extinct Mount Bosavi volcano, here are World Travel Guide's top ways to experience some of the world's most impressive volcanoes, without getting your fingers burnt.…

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