The Iceland financial crisis could intensify after a presidential veto of a bill to repay Britain and the Netherlands the billions they lost after Icelandic banks collapsed. The issue now goes to referendum – and could affect an EU membership bid and economic aid.
Could old-fashioned creativity stimulate this crisis-battered island?
Global economic crises underscores urgency of the goal, even as it delays progress.
Dissolved in water and pumped underground, CO2 becomes limestone.
The government collapsed this week and banks are on life support. Icelanders are now giving the European Union another look.
Iceland's newest venture capital fund draws on singer's fame
Since the 1970s, Iceland has gone from relying on imported coal for 75 percent of its energy to getting more than 82 percent of its energy from geothermal and hydro power.
Yoko Ono’s monument is just the tip of the iceberg on tiny Viðey Island.