According to the 2016 Annual Drug Report, pot comes up as the most commonly-used illicit substance in Europe.
The anarchist community of Freetown Christiania has thrived in Denmark—notoriously—since the 1970s. But its infamous Green Light District is under siege.
As part of Ireland’s so-called “radical cultural shift,” the country intends to decriminalize pot, heroin and cocaine.
Fourteen years ago, Portugal decriminalized all drugs and took a public health approach to illegal drug use. After years of overdose deaths and skyrocketing HIV/AIDS, Portugal now the second lowest number of drug-related deaths in all of Europe.
Europe's biggest cannabis sporting event is set to launch next week with riders from all over the world taking part in the Medical Cannabis Bike Tour (MCBT). The aim of MCBT is to raise enough money to begin comprehensive clinical trials this fall, testing&n...