Once seen as glamorous, for many people air travel has fallen into disrepute. The Swedish "flygskam," or "flight shame" movement is catching on. Environmental activists are calling on people to stop flying, and now businesses are getting on board.
German government employees flew more often in 2019 than in 2018, according to a new report. The bulk of travel was short-haul domestic trips from Berlin — a reveal that runs contrary to calls to curb carbon emissions.
How is the climate crisis affecting Siberia's last great reindeer herds — and the people who live and move alongside them? Researchers are working to find out.
A woman traveling from Greece said she wanted to return her husband's remains to his native Armenia. Authorities later deemed the transfer of the bones as lawful.
Germany wants mandatory COVID-19 testing, while Sweden's restrictions are almost non-existent: EU travel rules are complicated these days. Which regions are high risk, and who sets the standards?
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