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It's the end of an era. After 36 years, China has decided to end its restrictive one-child policy, by allowing couples to have two children. Why the change? In three words: an aging population.
Oct 30, 2015   BBC News
A bet in the town of Laguna Nigel, CA lead to a 30-year tradition of dropping trou and letting it all hang out for passing Amtrak trains.
Jul 16, 2010   BBC News
BBC News reports on a development touting itself as an 'urban village' that hopes to rejuvenate run-down High Street in Swansea, U.K. It features a series of courtyards with shops, offices, restaurants and apartments.
Apr 14, 2010   BBC News
Take a virtual (5-minute) trip on the 250 mph proposed train from London to Glasgow. All political parties agree on the need for what Secretary of State, Andrew Adonis, terms '21st century transport revolution', but the routing is less certain.
Mar 16, 2010   BBC News
In this clip from the BBC, 80 cyclists struggle to power a British household for one day.
Dec 4, 2009   BBC News
Some say Latin America is in a serious energy crisis, underlined by frequent blackouts across South and Central America.
Dec 3, 2009   BBC News
Australia's liberal party has just elected a climate change skeptic as its new leader, which could prove to be a challenge to its carbon reduction.
Dec 2, 2009   BBC News
Volunteer electricians from the Soweto Electricity Crisis Committee reconnect those who can't afford to pay the bill.
Nov 25, 2009   BBC News
This article takes a look at the past and future of rail in America, with an emphasis on one surprise success story.
Nov 18, 2009   BBC News
Benches that dump you for sitting too long, trash cans that spit your recyclables back out- will the Sentient City lack empathy?
Oct 23, 2009   BBC News
Japan is running out of places to store the remains of its dead, so what better place than in the city, near transit stations in high-tech, high-rise facilities?
Oct 21, 2009   BBC News