This week's travel news: A flat-Earther goes flying; Costa Rica goes for 100% renewable energy; Uber goes driverless.
Support a global ocean non-profit while photographing rare wildlife just 27 miles off the coast of the Californian shore.
Malaga is more than its sunny Spanish beaches. As this expert wood artisan discovers, it's home to some of the most unique, storied trees in Europe.
Picking up where scientists left off almost 70 years ago, researchers head north to document the flora of the Soper River Valley, where very little and yet nearly everything about plant collection has changed from the days of those early explorers.
Using an old-fashioned idea, boatloads of passionate students are helping track the ocean’s currents.
Citizen science is becoming all the rage these days. Projects such as breeding-bird atlases and wildlife monitoring have taken hold among a cadre of keen and highly skilled amateurs.
We’d travelled to the land of the midnight sun, to snorkel and kayak among belugas and narwhals as they congregate along the ice-floe edge prior to their annual migration through the Northwest Passage.
At the end of the world, an avian researcher’s work takes flight