It’s difficult to give a true yes-or-no on this question.
From the Pandora’s box of catastrophes that climate change has unleashed, a carbon fixation technology developed in Iceland releases a glimmer of hope.
Iceland’s Glaciological Society has been conducting annual research trips to Vatnajökull glacier since the middle of last century. Now change is afoot.
It’s Friday night in downtown Reykjavík and Mónakó’s regulars are out in force. The sign on the outside of the drab green and red building reads Casino Club Bar, but what’s inside doesn’t have much in common with the glamourous ideal of the casino.
The composer of Chernobyl and Joker takes a physical approach to making music.
Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson, the Icelander who portrayed Gregor Clegane, a.k.a. “the Mountain,” in HBO series Game of Thrones, owns and operates a gym in Kópavogur, Iceland.
There’s something about Ingvar E. Sigurðsson’s face that feels innately Icelandic.
An hour’s drive from Reykjavík, we enter a different world. Volcanic plains, basalt sand, deep craters, steep ridges. River channels carved out by glacial meltwater. And a space rover. Welcome to Mars.
Seven years ago, poet Valgerður (Vala) Þóroddsdóttir felt Iceland lacked a platform for emerging poets. With the help of some friends, she created poetry book series Meðgönguljóð to fill the void.
Loji Höskuldsson’s playing field is the brown canvas of embroidery. Entering a traditional, almost archaic artform, he has wasted no time in breaking down its boundaries.
In an effort to improve public health, the Icelandic government plans to impose a sugar tax of 20% on products such as candy, chocolate, and sweetened soft drinks.
The impending deportations of two Afghan families seeking asylum in Iceland have been heavily criticised in recent weeks. The families in question are the Sarwary and Safari families, who have been granted international protection status in Greece.