Today is Earth Day, a worldwide day to demonstrate support for our planet. The day was first celebrated 49 years ago, in 1970, and events are now held in over 190 countries.
Iceland is blessed with a lot of... Read more ➞
The Icelandic government’s plans to curb climate change and build a greener Iceland through extensive afforestation. Revegetation is set to play a major role in limiting Iceland’s carbon footprint, with the pot... Read more ➞
The Icelandic government has just unveiled a comprehensive new plan for climate reform, intended to ensure that Iceland meets its Paris Agreement commitments by the year 2030.
The plan’s two major points of ... Read more ➞
The Reykjavik Climate March will take place for the third time on Saturday, Sept. 8. The march demands bold action on climate by Icelandic politicians and aims to change the zeitgeist around global climate chan... Read more ➞
Ok is the first of Iceland’s 400 glaciers to be declassified as a glacier, and may be the first to disappear entirely.
In 2014, glaciologist Oddur Sigurðsson announced that the ice on top of the mountain Ok ... Read more ➞