The latest United Nation’s summit on climate change has begun in Bonn, Germany, with day one discussions centred around the US absence, China’s new role in the global fight against emissions, and Germany’s increased contribution to the cause.
Paris, a city heralded as “the naturist capital of the world”, has opened its first naked restaurant, the aptly named O’Naturel.
Neom, a fairy-tale city in the sand “that heralds the future of civilization”, for now exists only in the mind of Saudi Arabia’s crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman.
Modern medicine is increasingly reliant on new technology to develop more efficient and less invasive healthcare.
Singapore Changi Airport has been voted the world’s best place to fly from five years in a row in the Skytrax World Airport Awards, having won the title eight times in total.
In the past, being eco-friendly and sustainable were rarely main priorities for major corporations.
Butter prices are rising across Europe amidst a drop in supply, with prices climbing 150 percent from $2,900 per tonne in April 2016, to $7,500 in September this year.
Russia has unveiled a monument to victims of political repression during the Soviet era, its first ever national memorial to those imprisoned and executed under the regime.
Luxury Airbnbs are changing the game.
A house in the south of France is poised to become the most expensive house in the world after being given a €350m ($414m) price tag.
Fashion house Louis Vuitton unveiled the second installment of its collaboration with artist Jeff Koons on Thursday.