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#WorldEnvironmentDay2019 What difference can a can make?

We’ve crunched a few numbers showing how a small country like Switzerland can have a big impact when it comes to things like cans and cigarette butts.

Price index Dating on the cheap remains a challenge in Zurich

The most expensive place for dinner? A movie? A taxi home? It’s Zurich, which has captured several of the top slots in a global ranking.

Worst-case scenarios What a Swiss nuclear disaster could do to Europe

If there were a serious accident at one of Switzerland’s nuclear reactors, many of the radiation victims would be residents of other countries.

Commuter life How to behave on a Swiss train

Jump on, ride to your stop, hop off — without offending anybody. Sounds easy, but it’s not, warns a guru of Swiss transport etiquette.

Losing a landmark How would Switzerland rebuild a national treasure like Notre-Dame?

For many Swiss, the fiery devastation of Notre-Dame Cathedral sparks another memory – that of Lucerne’s wooden Chapel Bridge in flames.

Swiss traffic How non-drivers are footing the cost of cars

You might think Switzerland’s high-tech railway system would eat up most of the country’s transport budget. Think again.

Caspar Wolf Swiss Alps painter gets his own museum

First his art spurred on tourism. Then it helped glaciologists document climate change. Now it has a permanent home in a unique museum.

Cracking Art Recyclable plastic art animates Swiss village

Since when do meerkats and penguins live in southern Switzerland? Since a travelling art movement transplanted them there!

New banknote How to set aside CHF1,000

The latest version of the world’s most valuable banknote has been unveiled. How much effort does it take to earn or save enough for one?

Eyes and ears On the road with Switzerland’s public broadcaster

Switzerland has a long history of public media – and the challenge of keeping it current for future generations.

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People and predators Wolves: welcome or worrying?

Should an area in south-western Switzerland be a predator-free zone? A local initiative wants to eliminate protected species like wolves.

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