Iceland gathering offers rare glimpse of matriarchy
As calls for gender equality grow louder around the world, a gathering in the Icelandic capital offers a glimpse of what a matriarchy might achieve.
Iceland holds ceremony for first glacier lost to climate change
Iceland has been commemorating the loss of Okjokull with the prime minister and guests from international universities and the United Nations. A ceremony at the site highlighted the urgency of climate protection.
Locking CO2 into Iceland's rocks to limit climate change
Turning carbon dioxide into stone could remove it from the atmosphere permanently, according to scientists working in Iceland.
Iceland supporters proud of team's performance at EURO 2016
Iceland supporters were proud of their nation's performances at Euro 2016 but it was France who were elated with a first semi-final appearance in 10 years.