View on Iceland: Arctic Circle, Geothermal and Fish Products
Once you finished browsing Iceland Monitor’s wide selection of news, events and features, you might like to have a look at some other Iceland-related material from around the world that we shall be collecting for you weekly.
1. ‘You Can Take a Ship from Iceland to the Arctic Circle’ – Condé Nast Traveler
A concise but informative travel piece by Ken Jennings dealing with the North Iceland island of Grímsey, the only part of the country geographically within the Arctic Circle and just a boat-ride away.
2. ‘Engineers work to cut costs and emissions in geothermal power’ – E&E
“Geothermal energy is a promising method of producing heat and electricity, since it is renewable and can provide constant power,” writes Umair Irfan. Read more about geothermal and Iceland’s experience here:
3. ‘Tuna leather? Beyond daily catch to new products’ – The Advocate
Richard Thompson looks into the interesting world of fisheries and describes how Icelandic innovators are taking their expertise in utilising fish resources to the fullest to the United States.
Check in next week for more Iceland Monitor picks from online media. If you find any interesting articles or opinion pieces on Iceland that you think might be right for View on Iceland, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.