Geneva Lockdown during the COVID-19 period motivated Leah Henderson, 19, a student from Geneva, to...
Geneva is the second largest city in Switzerland. Dozens of international organizations and banks turn Geneva into one of major political and business hub in Europe. Almost half of the city's population are expats. Hence, 41% of population of Geneva speak 2 or more languages at home.
The first wind tree aimed to reduce electricity consumption of the households was installed in Geneva’s Champel to represent city’s innovation environment and positive attitude to green-technologies.
On the 25 and 26 June Association de Sauvegarde du Léman is looking for help to clean the grounds around Lake Geneva from Japanese knotweed, a plant that hit agriculture and local plants.
During COVID-19 pandemic Ali Claude Nkoulou, 17, from Monnetier-Mornex spent his time in a useful way. He created a model of Geneva airport 1/400. The idea came to him last September when he first bought an aircraft miniature and needed a perfect landscape to place it.
Where to go after borders open after COVI19 quarantine? We had a talk with expats living in Geneva what are they going to do after 15th June.
May is a strawberry season in Switzerland. Farmers invite public to take part in traditional berries picking, safe and at the distance because of COVID19 in 2020. However, still very tasty and funny.
Trang is a chef in the Vietnamese restaurant in Geneva. Coming from Asia she got used wear masks everyday to avoid pollution. Today she started charity masks distribution in Geneva for those who are in need.
Social Platform was launched in Geneva to promote entrepreneurial collaboration during the pandemic of COVD-19.
According to the announcement of Ville de Genève, Geneva is going to change the names of some municipal territories to support women. This initiative comes from the project 100elles.ch.