faroe islands

Graffiti nearby urged Denmark to "defend the whales of the Faroe Islands."
The four-legged photographers wear cameras and solar panels as they run around documenting the terrain -- and their friends 🐏
This body of water is not what it seems. Lake Sørvágsvatn (or Lake Leitisvatn) in the Faroe Islands looks like it's perched high above the ocean below... right?
If you want to get away from it all, and by all we mean all, you should probably make haste to the Faroe Islands, where wild
As governments continue to subsidize the killing of the Earth with $1.9 trillion annually handed over to big oil, gas and coal, their life-threatening pollutants, e.g. methylmercury, are accumulating within the oceans at a staggering rate.
8. Nobody leaves voicemails in Iceland. The option to leave a long, boring message still exists, but many locals say they've
It didn't take long before I was imaging myself staying there for a season, walking on Koltur's huge, overbearing hill and along the frothing swells of its coastline by day. A romantic dream, I guessed to myself. But then I remembered, that was what had brought me here in the first place.
Take a moment for a virtual Travel Tuesday escape to the Danish Faroe Islands. A serene haven of tranquil waters, green grass
The Herring War, a battle over Atlanto-Scandian Herring quotas, may be the first major international conflict directly attributed to anthropogenic global warming.
Honest Cooking Editor in Chief Kalle Bergman went to the Faroe Islands to feast on some of the best seafood in the world.
At more than 70º north of the Equator, I'm standing at ground zero for climate change. Nowhere else on Earth is it warming as quickly as in Greenland, the world's largest island.
Time spent exploring these often overlooked isles is guaranteed to satisfy your wanderlust, no matter how bad the itch.
"Daddy, why do they kill the whales?" Moved by such an innocent question from a child, the team decided to fly to the Faroe Islands to offer an international perspective on the annual bloodbath as showcased in Confessions of a Eco-Terrorist.
Last week, The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society captured shocking and highly disturbing images of 236 pilot whales brutally slaughtered in the town of Klaksvik in the Danish Faroe Islands.